Best Jewish Science Fiction

🌟 Call for submissions
(previously published short stories only)

Are you a fan of science fiction with a Jewish twist? Do you know of any remarkable works of science fiction that delve into the rich tapestry of Jewish culture, history, or identity? If so, this forthcoming book is for you. We’re thrilled to announce our planned reprint anthology Best Jewish Science Fiction, to be co-edited by Mark Shainblum and Andrea D. Lobel, the team who edited Other Covenants: Alternate Histories of the Jewish People.

As we eagerly anticipate the anthology’s projected publication in 2024-2025, we invite all science fiction enthusiasts, writers, editors, and publishers alike to help us compile a collection of outstanding, previously-published science fiction stories that span Jewish topics and themes.

How can you participate in this exciting project?

📚 Suggest Works: If you’ve had Jewish SF published in a professional publication, or you wish to recommend any previously published science fiction short stories in science fiction journals or online SF sites that include Jewish themes, please recommend them to us! These stories can encompass any SF subgenres or topics, including hard SF, space opera, AI and robotics, military SF, steampunk, utopian, cli-fi, first contact, cyberpunk, apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic, and more. Not seeking submissions of fantasy titles.

Maximum word count: 10,000 (with flexibility if count is slightly over)

Please submit your Jewish science fiction story recommendations by March 8th, 2024.

Tell us about a great Jewish SF story!