Dalia Rosenfeld

 Dalia Rosenfeld

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EDUCATION
 
1998:  MFA in fiction writing, Iowa Writers Workshop, University of Iowa
 
1994:  B.A. In Jewish Studies, Oberlin College
 
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
 
2014-present: Instructor of Fiction Writing, Bar Ilan University, Israel
 
2011-2012: Free-lance editor for University of Virginia dissertations and academic papers
 
2010-2011: Instructor, Israeli Literature in Translation, University of Virginia
 
2009-2010: Editor, Cammad Ltd.
 
2009-2010: Instructor, Modern Hebrew Literature in Translation, University of Virginia
 
2009: Instructor of Fiction Writing, Writers House, Charlottesville, Virginia
 
2008: Hebrew instructor, University of Virginia
 
2004-2012:  Hebrew teacher, Congregation Beth Israel, Charlottesville, Virginia
 
1999-2001:  Instructor of English Composition, Piedmont Community College
 
1998-1999:  Instructor of American-Jewish Literature, After-School High School Program, Beth Israel Synagogue, Roanoke, Virginia
 
1998-1999:  Creative Writing Teacher, Maury River Middle School and Lylburn Downing Middle School, Lexington, Virginia
 
1998-1999:  Hebrew Teacher, Washington & Lee University Hillel, Lexington, Virginia
 
1998-1999: Fiction Reader for Shenandoah
 
1996-1998:  Graduate Instructor, Rhetoric Department, University of Iowa;
                     Instructor for memoir writing, Iowa Summer Writing Festival;
                     Fiction Reader for The Iowa Review
 
1996-1998:  Hebrew Teacher, Agudas Achim Synagogue, Iowa City, Iowa
 
1994-1996:  Research Assistant to Prof. Paul Mendes-Flohr, Hebrew University, Jerusalem;
                     English Instructor, Henrietta Szold School, Jerusalem
 
AWARDS
 
2015: Creative Writing Grant, Artist Committee, Israeli Ministry of Immigrant Absorption
 
2015: Honorable Mention (one of two) for 2014 Fiction Contest for Emerging Writers, Boulevard Magazine (“Daughters of Respectable Houses”)
 
2015: Shortlisted for Bosque Fiction Prize (“Vignette of the North”), judged by Lynne Sharon Schwartz
 
2015: Honorable Mention, Fiction Open Contest, Glimmer Train (“Daughters of Respectable Houses”)
 
2015: Semi-finalist, Iowa Short Fiction Award (“The Worlds We Think We Know”)
 
2014: Finalist, Very Short Fiction Award, Glimmer Train ("A Foggy Day")
 
2014: Semi-finalist, Sherwood Anderson Fiction Competition, Mid-American Review ("Invasions")
 
2013: Finalist, Fiction Open Contest, Glimmer Train ("As Far As The Eye Can See")
 
2013: Finalist, New Ohio Review Award for Fiction, judged by Stuart Dybek ("Thinking in Third Person")
 
2012: Finalist, Very Short Fiction Award, Glimmer Train ("The Four Foods")
 
2012: Winner, Editor's Choice Award, Carve Magazine ("Floating on Water")
 
2012: Finalist, Short Story Award for New Writers, Glimmer Train ("Flowers of Galilee")
 
2012: Winner, Tobias Wolff Award for Fiction, Bellingham Review, judged by Robin Hemley ("Swan Street")
 
2012: Finalist, Short Story Award for New Writers, Glimmer Train ("The Worlds We Think We Know")
 
2011: Second Place Winner, short story contest, Moment Magazine, judged by Nicole Krauss ("Infections")
 
2008:  Winner, Mississippi Review Prize, judged by Frederick Barthelme ("Bargabourg Remembers")
 
2008:  Finalist, short story contest, Moment Magazine, judged by Jonathan Safran Foer ("Infections")
 
1998:  Finalist, short story contest, Story Magazine, judged by Lois Rosenthal ("The Easel")
 
1997:  Winner, short story contest for Jewish fiction, Jewish Education News, (“The Encircling of Yehuda Har-Even")

Publications

Books
THE WORLDS WE THINK WE KNOW (book manuscript)
Forthcoming with Milkweed Press (May, 2017)
 
Short Stories
 
INVASIONS, in The Colorado Review, 2015
A FAMINE IN THE LAND, in FICTION, 2015
THE FOUR FOODS, in The Los Angeles Review, 2015
THINKING IN THIRD PERSON, in Agni, 2014
INFECTIONS, in Moment Magazine, 2012
AMNON, in JewishFiction.net, 2012
THE NEXT VILONSKY, in Michigan Quarterly Review, 2012
FLOATING ON WATER, in Carve Magazine, 2012
SWAN STREET, in Bellingham Review, 2013
NAFTALI, in Jewcy, 2009
BARGABOURG REMEMBERS, in Mississippi Review, 2008
THE OTHER AIR, in Zeek Magazine, 2008
THE CEILING, in Covenant, 2007
THE EASEL, in Midstream, 2006
TWO PASSIONS FOR TWO PEOPLE, in Shenandoah, 2005
CONTAMINATION, in The Atlantic Monthly, 2005
THE HAT, in Tikkun, 1998
THE ENCIRCLING OF YEHUDA HAR-EVEN, in Jewish Education News, 1997
A TIME TO PLANT, in Midstream, 1994
 
PUBLICATIONS (non-fiction)
 
BEN YEHUDA’S NIGHTMARE, in The Jewish Journal (Los Angeles), 2015
EATING LIKE VOLES, in The Jerusalem Post, 2015
PAY ATTENTION, YOUR NEW LIFE IS ABOUT TO BEGIN, in The Jerusalem Post, 2015
COULD TEL AVIV CURE MY SON’S DIABETES? in The Forward, 2015
SEEING CLEARLY IN TEL AVIV, in Jewish Journal, 2014
A LIZARD'S EYE VIEW OF WARTIME IN ISRAEL, in The Forward, 2014
UNDER FIRE IN TEL AVIV, accepted by NY Post, 2014
PUT ON A HELMET, in The Jerusalem Post, 2014
THE SILENT TREATMENT, in Jewish Journal, 2014
TALKING THE (JEWISH) TALK, in The Times of Israel (blog), 2014

Media

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