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From The Editor

Here at the JQ we try to avoid themed issues. Yet sometimes, despite our best efforts, a theme just… emerges.  Having assembled the very best in fiction, poetry, memoir, essays and…
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1919

Ten thousand flames illuminated the Tower of London in commemoration of the centenary of the November 1918 Armistice between Germany and the Western Allies. British cultural spaces…
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The Hebrew Crossing

"Just had a hunch,” says Moshe Sakal, an Israeli writer, whose novel The Diamond Setter has recently been published in the United States to much acclaim. “I started working on the…
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A Jew In Cornwall

I have ghetto madness and I followed it all the way to west Cornwall. When I was 39 – some mothers would consider this number significant, but it is not – I married a high church…
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DOES THIS OFFEND?

Naked walls adorned only with nails. A desolate student library, chairs tucked neatly under desks, a ghoulish sculpture wrapped head to toe in cloth at its centre. An empty…
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