Inaugurated in 2008, Writer’s Ink has thus far published seven volumes, with hundreds of submissions from around the globe by new and experienced authors writing creatively in all styles and genres — from screenplays to memoirs, feminist poetry to steampunk, war stories to haikus — we strive to seek out and promote those works which are distinguished in their quality, originality, and vision.
Writer’s Ink — Editorial Staff
Ahuva Goldstand, Co-Founder & Editor in Chief– Ahuva has a BA in English Literature, and just beginning to realize how much she still has left to learn, read and write about.
Itai Rosenbaum, Co-Founder – Itai Rosenbaum is a writer. There are many things that can be said about him, only one of which is important. And it has already been said.
Yoni Heiblum, Editor – Yoni has a BA in English Literature and Computer Science, and is always thankful for the perspective and balance the former presents.
Netta Granit, Non-fictionEditor – Netta has a BA in English Literature, and has started her MA in English this year. She is now beginning to see how life seeps through the gaps between the words.
Reuben Borg, Executive Advisor – Ruben Borg is an Allon Research Fellow and a lecturer in English and Italian literature at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He writes a lot, though most of it is in the form of scholarly essays. Dry unimaginative prose, but it’s a living.
Ariela Freedman – Ariela Freedman is an Associate Professor at the Liberal Arts College, Concordia University, Montreal. She has published on James Joyce, the First World War, postcolonialism, the graphic novel, and Modernism. In 2008-2009 she was a visiting Professor at Hebrew University. She had a Mont Blanc pen once, but found she smudged the ink, so now she types.
Sabine Huynh – Sabine Huynh holds a PhD in Linguistics from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow in Sociolinguistics at the University of Ottawa. Her home is in Tel Aviv, her favourite city in the world. She will finally be back there in the winter of 2009. In addition to being a linguist, she is also a literary translator and a published writer. Her poems and short stories have appeared in the French edition of the Jerusalem Post, the Dudley Review, Poetica Magazine, Zinc, Cyclamens and Swords, Arc 20, and Voices Israel 2009. Her first novel is due out in France in 2010.
Naomi Shmueli-David – Naomi Shmueli David teaches academic writing at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Naomi is a writer, editor and website content consultant and also works in resource development at the Jerusalem College of Engineering (JCE).