[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements--literarishn numer fun Afn Shvel

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Fri May 11 07:51:50 EDT 2012

Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements

May 11, 2012

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From: Sheva Zucker <info at leagueforyiddish.org>
Subject: literarishn numer fun Afn Shvel

Tayere Mendelyaner,

Der zhurnal Afn Shvel planirt bekorev aroystsugebn a literarishn numer. Mir
zukhn originele materyaln. Oyb ir hot a nokh nit gedruktn ksav-yad NOR AF
YIDISH – dertseylung, lid, oder kurtse pyese, – zayt azoy gut un shikt
arayn biz dem 30stn Yuni. Es meg zayn mit yidishe oysyes oder
transliterirt. Shikt tsu:

info at leagueforyiddish.org

oder 3 kopyes tsu:

Sheva Zucker
1114 Iredell St.
Durham, NC 27705.
A sheynem dank


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