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Drowned / טבוע

Story by Dana Heifetz (Read author interview) March 19, 2018

Art by SmokeLong Quarterly

This story is part of SmokeLong Quarterly‘s Global Flash Series. To maintain the integrity of the Hebrew text, we are presenting it in the form of a pdf.

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Drowned                         טבוע

 

 

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Notes from Guest Reader Ilana Masad

‘Drowned’ is a prime example of how flash fiction can tell a story with a past, present, and future all bundled into a small space. There is such a sense of both history and character here, and the writing itself is glorious.

About the Author

Dana Heifetz is a philosopher and an art therapist. She has published short stories and poems in various literary journals. Her collection of stories, Dolphins in Kiryat Gat (Safra and Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 2015) won the Israeli Writers Union Prize and the Culture Minister’s Award for the first book.

דנה חפץ היא פילוסופית ומטפלת בהבעה ויצירה. פרסמה סיפורים קצרים ושירים במגוון כתבי עת ספרותיים. קובץ סיפוריה הקצרים “דולפינים בקרית גת” (ספרא והקיבוץ המאוחד, 2015) זכה בפרס איגוד הסופרים הישראלי ובפרס שרת התרבות לספר ביכורים.

This story appeared in Issue Fifty-Nine of SmokeLong Quarterly.
SmokeLong Quarterly Issue Fifty-Nine
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