BH, I'm so pleased to announce that the first issue of Sasson Mag is now up at:
You can read about what we're trying to do with Sasson Mag HERE.
This first issue includes pieces by some of the best fiction writers in the orthodox Jewish world, including:
Plus poetry from:
And thought-provoking non-fiction essays from:
Nesanel Yoel Safran
And some Torah from:
Rabbi Reuven Klein
Rabbi Naftalit Kassorla
We also have a new BOOK REVIEWS page, and over the coming weeks and months, with Hashem's help, we will be introducing a free, online fiction writers workshop, where frum writers can hone their writing skills, plus a Sasson PODCAST, where we'll be interviewing frum authors and other frum creatives and a BLOG ROLL of other interesting author blogs in the frum blogosphere.
DO YOU WANT TO BE A PART OF SASSON?
This is a labour of love, so we can't pay for your submissions (yet...) but if you'd like to be part of Sasson, we'd love to hear from you across all the following areas:
BOOK REVIEWS (OF BOOKS OF INTEREST TO A FRUM READERSHIP, THO NOT NECESSARILY 'MAINSTREAM'.)
Also, please contact us if you'd like us to consider you and your book for our author interviews PODCAST, starting soon.
You can find our SUBMISSIONS GUIDELINES at this link, and please do take a moment to look at them before sending us your work.
Questions or comments?
For NON-FICTION / TORAH / GENERAL, please contact me, Rivka Levy, at: email@example.com
For FICTION / POETRY, please contact Alizah Teitelbaum at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The last thing to tell you is that we've also just started up a Sasson page on Facebook, for those readers who already using it. You can find the Sasson Facebook page here:
All of this is very new, and still a work in progress, but we'd be thrilled if you'd like to participate in it with us.
May we all be blessed with a wonderful 5778