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Table of Contents: JEWS VS ZOMBIES and JEWS VS ALIENS Edited by Rebecca Levene and Lavie Tidhar

Jews vs Zombies and Jews vs Aliens will be published as e-book originals on March 19th by Jurassic London, and are currently available for pre-orders (with a limited paperback edition set to follow.)

About the anthologies:

The two anthologies irreverently explore the links between speculative fiction and Judaism. Authors featured include Orange Prize winner Naomi Alderman; The Big Bang Theory’s writer/co-executive producer Eric Kaplan; BSFA Award winning science fiction writer Adam Roberts; Israel’s Sapir Prize winner Shimon Adaf; Nebula Award winner author Rachel Swirsky; and cult fantasy author Daniel Polansky, among others. The stories run the gamut from the light-hearted to the profound, in turns surreal and enchanting.

Onto the Table of Contents!

Jews Vs Zombies:

  • “Rise” – Rena Rossner
  • “The Scapegoat Factory” – Ofir Touche Gafla
  • “Like a Coin Entrusted in Faith” – Shimon Adaf
  • “Ten for Sodom” – Daniel Polansky
  • “The Friday People” – Sarah Lotz
  • “Tactrate Metim 28A” – Benjamin Rosenbaum
  • “Wiseman’s Terror Tales” – Anna Tambour
  • “Zayinim” – Adam Roberts

Jews vs Aliens:

  • “Antaius Floating in the Heavens Among the Stars” – Andrea Phillips
  • “On the Matter of Meroz” – Roseanne Rabinowitz
  • “Alien Thoughts” – Eric Kaplan
  • “The Reluctant Jew” – Rachel Swirsky
  • “To Serve… Breakfast” – Jay Caselberg
  • “The Farm” – Elana Gomel
  • “Don?t Blink” – Gon Ben Ari
  • “Nameless and Shameless” – Lois H. Gresh
  • “The Ghetto” – Matthue Roth
  • “Excision” – Naomi Aldermanhttp

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About Kristin Centorcelli (842 Articles)
<p>Kristin Centorcelli is the Associate Editor at SF Signal, proprietor of My Bookish Ways, a reviewer for Library Journal and Publisher’s Weekly, and has also written for Crime Fiction Lover, Criminal Element, and Mystery Scene Magazine. She has been reviewing books since late 2010, in an effort to get through a rather immense personal library, while also discussing it with whoever will willingly sit still (and some that won’t).</p>

1 Comment on Table of Contents: JEWS VS ZOMBIES and JEWS VS ALIENS Edited by Rebecca Levene and Lavie Tidhar

  1. I remember when most writers and readers thought celebrating differences meant the individuality of a person and not a whole Race, Sex or Religion.

    Gotta Say It

    “Jesus H. Christ Ole Mighty”
    “H” stands for Horace by the way.

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