My story, “But One Mournful Chord” was included in the February 1, 2017, volume of the Jewish Literary Journal (jewishliteraryjournal.com). The story explores my reactions to the deaths of my uncle and grandfather, and my tentative steps in the passage from adolescence into manhood.
Please use the link to the JLJ website to read this story and other non-fiction, fiction, and poetry. In the January volume, Susan Hunnicutt's fiction piece, "I Hate Being Jewish," is one of my favorites.
The JLJ editors have adopted this approach: “Although the concept of “Jewish” is a broad and vague one, leaving this term undefined will allow for the largest breadth of material to qualify for publication.”
I'll post more about this journal on a regular basis.