Daniel M. Jaffe is author of Jewish Gentle and Other Stories of Gay-Jewish Living (Lethe Press, 2011); the novel, The Limits of Pleasure (Bear Bones Books, 2010), which was a Finalist for a ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Award when first published in 2001; and the fiction chapbook, One-Foot Lover (Seven Kitchens Press, 2009). He also compiled and edited With Signs and Wonders: An International Anthology of Jewish Fabulist Fiction (Invisible Cities Press, 2001), and translated the Russian-Israeli novel, Here Comes the Messiah! by Dina Rubina (Zephyr Press, 2000). He teaches in the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program, and his website is http://danieljaffe.tripod.com.
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Submissions are now open for our Fifth Annual Short Fiction Contest. The winner will be selected from this year’s submissions of original, unpublished short stories between 5,000 and 7,000 words with LGBT content on the broad theme of “Saints and Sinners.” This contest would not be possible without a generous grant from The John Burton […]
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