Naomi Guttman.

“Three in the Evening,” an essay by Professor of Literature and Creative Writing Naomi Guttman, appears in the current issue of Stone Canoe (#15, 2021).

Published by the YMCA of Central New York’s Downtown Writer’s Center in Syracuse, N.Y., Stone Canoe features “previously unpublished works of short fiction, creative nonfiction, short plays, poems, and works of visual art created by people who live or have lived in Upstate New York.”

Two of Guttman’s poems, “Lot’s Wife,” and “Prayer,” were reprinted in The New Spice Box: Contemporary Jewish Writing, edited by Ruth Panofsky. The anthology was published in the fall by New Jewish Press, an imprint of University of Toronto Press.

According to the publisher, The New Spice Box includes “short fiction, personal essays, and poetry by Jewish writers” and “shows that Jewish literary tradition, Jewish experience, and Jewish identity can be expressed in innumerable ways.”

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