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Short story collection news: Sana Krasikov wins $100,000 Sami Rohr prize

Congratulations to Short Review author Sana Krasikov winner of the $100,000 Sami Rohr prize for Jewish Literature for her short story collection, One More Year. Read our review of One More Year and an interview with Sana about her collection.

About the prize:

Each year, the prize of $100,000 will aim to reward an emerging writer whose work has demonstrated a fresh vision and evidence of future potential. Recipients must have written a book of exceptional literary merit that stimulates an interest in themes of Jewish concern. Fiction and non-fiction books will be considered in alternate years.

What would you do with $100,000??

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One comment on “Short story collection news: Sana Krasikov wins $100,000 Sami Rohr prize

  1. CathM
    March 24, 2009

    Having read the info on the links you’ve highlighted, this sounds like a fascinating collection… I must pick up a copy 🙂

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