Tag Archives: GLBT

A Gay Jewish Reading List

Earlier this week, Wayne Hoffman wrote about a funny thing and shared the meaning behind the names of a few of his characters. 
When I was first coming out 25 years ago, there were precious few books about being gay and Jewish. Thankfully, that’s not the case today. There are enough to fill whole bookcases. But will anyone who isn’t gay read them? Continue reading here.

New Jewish Book Contest!

Posted by William Sudry

Check it!

Keshet, a national organization that works for the full inclusion of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) Jews in Jewish life, is holding a writing contest!

Submissions, due in mid-April, should be fictional picture books for Jewish children that include GLBT characters, and whose length is approximately 800–1000 words. The winning author will receive a monetary prize and the possibility of having their book published.