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Daniel M. Jaffe
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Daniel M. Jaffe's short stories and essays have appeared in dozens of anthologies and literary journals.  Dan teaches fiction-writing for UCLA Extension. -- from Saints & Sinners

  • With Signs & Wonders: An International Anthology of Jewish Fabulist Fiction (2001)
    Bringing together 24 contemporary writers from 19 different countries, this anthology captures the exuberant storytelling tradition of the Jewish people that has been shaped by centuries of legends, folklore, and mysticism. These writers-from Central Asia, Iran, Morocco, Russia, Siberia, Israel, Latin America, Europe, and the United States-show the diverse strains of the Jewish fabulist imagination. Teeming with passion and humor and rooted in the triumphant and tragic history of a people, these stories illustrate-regardless of language and locale-the Jewish fascination with the mysteries of the imagination and the endless possibilities of life.

  • The Limits of Pleasure (2002) -- Finalist for one of ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year Awards
    Through two intertwining chronologies, The Limits of Pleasure follows Dave Miller, a 40-year-old gay Jewish man who was raised by his Orthodox grandmother. A year after her death, Dave travels to Amsterdam, the home of Anne Frank, whom Grandma revered; yet Dave, feeling undeserving to confront the suffering that Grandma endured in the concentration camps, cannot bring himself to visit Anne Frank’s house.

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  • Here Comes the Messiah! (2000) by Dina Rubina; translated from Russian by Daniel M. Jaffe
    Here Comes the Messiah! satirizes the multiple dimensions of Israel and characters struggling with the absurdities of life on the West Bank, Jerusalem, and Tel Aviv. The novel is filled with people claiming to be the Messiah, swindlers and the swindled, Jewish and Christian pilgrims, homosexuals, journalists, Holocaust survivors, Palestinian Arabs, children, and pets-a story told with as much humor as pathos.

  • Best Gay Erotica 2003 (2002) by Michael Rowe

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