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Tablet Fiction Makes the Longform List

Aimee Bender’s ‘The Doctor and the Rabbi’ enchants!

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One of Tablet’s newest features is our original fiction series, which in just four short installments has given writers like Justin Taylor, Emily Firetog, and Joshua Cohen a place on the interwebs for their fiction to shine.

We’re excited to announce that Longform has named our inaugural story, “The Doctor and the Rabbi” by Aimee Bender, to its Best of 2012 list. We’re thrilled to be joined by four other stories from McSweeney’s, Electric Lit, Guernica, and Knee-Jerk.

If you haven’t read it yet, check out Aimee Bender’s story here.

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How does one get one’s fiction even considered by Tablet–(1) for your fiction section (2) (if a book) for review? Some months ago, I sent a copy of my novel The Rescuer’s Path, which Ursula Le Guin calls “exciting, physically vivid, and romantic” and Small Press Review terms “lyrically written, the characters vivid, the story captivating,” and which tells a love story and political tale of a young Jewish woman and an Arab American, to Tablet for review; although this is a book neither YA nor “genre” but for politically aware, Jewish adults, no review or response has occurred. Please inform us how to have a book reviewed in Tablet. Thanks!

How does one get one’s fiction even considered by Tablet–(1) for your fiction section (2) (if a book) for review? Some months ago, I sent a copy of my novel The Rescuer’s Path, which Ursula Le Guin calls “exciting, physically vivid, and romantic” and Small Press Review terms “lyrically written, the characters vivid, the story captivating,” and which tells a love story and political tale of a young Jewish woman and an Arab American, to Tablet for review; although this is a book neither YA nor “genre” but for politically aware, Jewish adults, no review or response has occurred. Please inform us how to have a book reviewed in Tablet. Thanks!

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Tablet Fiction Makes the Longform List

Aimee Bender’s ‘The Doctor and the Rabbi’ enchants!

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