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Aqueous Books Releases Debut Novel from Critically-Acclaimed Israeli Editor Fred Skolnik - Florida-based publisher Aqueous Books is proud to announce the upcoming release of its second 2011 publication,
Aqueous Books Releases Debut Novel from Critically-Acclaimed Israeli Editor Fred Skolnik

 

NewswireTODAY - /newswire/ - Pensacola, FL, United States, 2011/05/19 - Florida-based publisher Aqueous Books is proud to announce the upcoming release of its second 2011 publication, "The Other Shore" by Fred Skolnik. While this is his debut novel, Fred Skolnik is best known his work on the "Encyclopaedia Judaica".

   
 
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In June of 2011, Florida-based publisher Aqueous Books will release its second 2011 publication,"The Other Shore" by critically-acclaimed Israeli editor Fred Skolnik. His first published novel, the book is set in Israel in the 1980’s during a pivotal time in Israel’s development into a consumer society.

"The Other Shore" is set during the period between the Lebanese War and the outbreak of the first Intifada (1984-1989), a pivotal time which saw the final transition of Israel from a Zionist-socialist society to a Western-style consumer society. The novel follows the lives of representative characters across the entire breadth of Israeli society but focuses on two families – the Shachars, a kibbutz family, and the Goldsteins, representing the emerging Israeli middle class. The protagonists in effect vie to win the heart and soul of Israel itself, personified by the beautiful Ariela.

About the Author

Fred Skolnik was born in New York City and has lived in Israel since 1963, working mostly as an editor and translator. He is best known as the editor in chief of the 22-volume second edition of the "Encyclopaedia Judaica", winner of the 2007 Dartmouth Medal and hailed as a landmark achievement by the Library Journal. Other award-winning projects that he has been associated with include "The New Encyclopedia of Judaism" (co-editor, 2002) and the 3-volume "Encyclopedia of Jewish Life Before and During the Holocaust" (senior editor, 2001). At various times he has also operated a farm, managed a hotel, and served as financial comptroller of a textile firm. Now writing full time, he has published dozens of stories in the past few years in "TriQuarterly","Gargoyle","The MacGuffin","Minnetonka Review","Los Angeles Review","Prism Review","Underground Voices", and others. The Other Shore is Mr. Skolnik's first published novel.

About the Publisher

Aqueous Books (aqueousbooks.com) is a Florida-based publisher. Staff include Prick of the Spindle Editor-in-Chief Cynthia Reeser as Publisher, Prick of the Spindle Managing Editor Erin McKnight as Editor, Scott Jemison as Publicist, and a cast of readers in the Acquisitions Department. Upcoming titles include works of literary fiction, memoirs, magical realism, and speculative fiction. Look for forthcoming publications by Carissa Halston, Corey Mesler, Rosalie Morales Kearns, Ben Rogers, Caleb J. Ross, J. A. Tyler, and others.

 
 
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