- Neera Kashyap -. India - award winning multi-genre writer
- Bram Presser - Australia - The Book of Dirt - 2018 Winner of the Jewish Book Council Goldberg Prize for Debut Fiction
- Colson Whitehead - USA - Pulitzer Prize Winner
- Esther Singer Kreitman - Poland to UK -Dance of the Demons - highly regarded Yiddish writer,
- Balli Kaur Jasnal - Singapore - author The Unlikely Adventures of the Shergill Sisters as well as Erotic Stories of Punjabi Widows
- Susmita Bhattacharya - India - author of Table Manners, an award winning debut collection of short stories
- Rose Doyle - Ireland - author Friends Indeed, prolific writer
- Alexander Spiegelblatt - Romania to Israel - poet, novelist, short stories - Yiddish writer
- Ghayde Ghrowi - Oman (first Omani writer to be featured) - short stories
- Israel Joshua Singer -Poland to NYC - author The Brothers Ashkanazi
- Mavis Gallant - Canada to France
Home Countries of May Authors
- India - Two
- Poland - Two
- USA - One
- Singapore - One
- Ireland - One
- Romania - One
- Oman - One
- Canada - One
- Australia - One
In May seven women were featured and three men, eight are living, three not.
Nine writers were featured for the first time, three are old friends.
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Future plans and hopes
I will continue reading more Yiddish Literature. My project on Short Stories by South Asian Women is working out well.
I will continue reading along with Buried in Print for the Short Stories of Mavis Gallant Project.
Buried in Print's Mavis Gallant Project
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