[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices and Announcements--New translation by Yenta Marsh

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Sat Sep 16 20:25:46 EDT 2017

Mendele Personal Notices and Announcements

Sept. 16, 2017

To minimize wear and tear on the untershames, three requests:

1. Send time-sensitive notices well in advance.
2. Send material as plain text to victor.bers at yale.edu as plain text (no
HTML, other  coding, or attachments) and write MENDELE PERSONALS in the
subject line.
3. Correspond directly with the person who or organization which has posted
the notice, *not* with your ever-beleaguered untershames.

From: Nora Gold <nora.gold at sympatico.ca>
Date: Sept. 13, 2017

A beautiful story by Yenta Mash was just published in the new issue of
Jewish Fiction .net, translated into English by Ellen Cassedy. This story
can be read here:

This story originally appeared in Yiddish in the volume Besaraber Motivn
(Bessarabian Themes), published by the I.L. Peretz Publishing House in Tel
Aviv in 1998.

(English translation copyright © Ellen Cassedy 2017.)

Dr. Nora Gold, Editor
Jewish Fiction .net

Please do not use the "reply" key when writing to Mendele. Instead,
direct your mail as follows:

Material for Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements, i.e.
announcements of events, commercial publications, requests to which
responses should be sent exclusively to the request's author, etc.,
always in plain text (no HTML or the like).

Material for postings to Mendele Yiddish literature and language, i.e.
inquiries and comments of a non-commercial or publicity nature:

    mendele at mailman.yale.edu

IMPORTANT:  Please include your full name as you would like it to
appear in your posting.  No posting will appear without its author's

Submissions to regular Mendele should not include personal email
addresses, as responses will be posted for all to read.  They must
also include the author's name as you would like it to appear.

In order to spare the shamosim time and effort, we request that
contributors adhere, when applicable, as closely as possible to
standard English punctuation, grammar, etc. and to the YIVO rules of
transliteration into Latin letters. A guide to Romanization can be
found at this site:

All other messages should be sent to the shamosim at this address:

mendele at mailman.yale.edu

Mendele on the web [interim address]:

To join or leave the list: http://mailman.yale.edu/mailman/listinfo/mendele

More information about the Mendele mailing list