Sheldon (Sheli) Teitelbaum is a Los Angeles-based writer and a former member of the editorial board of the Israeli SF magazine Fantasia 2000. He has covered Jewish and Israeli F&SF for Foundation: The Review of Science Fiction, Locus, The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and The Encyclopedia Judaica.
He has covered SF for Cinefantastique, The Los Angeles Times, Wired, SF Eye, The Jerusalem Post and the Jerusalem Report.
Find Sheli on his website.
- AnthologiesMore Zion’s Fiction: Wondrous Tales from the Israeli ImagiNationSheldon Teitelbaum
- AnthologiesZion’s Fiction: A Treasury of Israeli Speculative LiteratureSheldon Teitelbaum
More Zion’s Fiction: Wondrous Tales from the Israeli ImagiNation
"The interest in Israeli popular culture on a never-before-seen global scale (Fauda, Homeland) means Hebrew speculative fiction has never been better poised to reach the stars."
Zion’s Fiction: A Treasury of Israeli Speculative Literature
“ZION’S FICTION is not only an excellent collection of speculative fiction from Israel, but also a book that makes us think anew about real challenges that the world must face in the future. Like other recent anthologies of international speculative stories, ZION’S FICTION opens our eyes to the creativity and literary invention happening beyond our borders and makes us long for more.”
“The high quality of work makes this anthology enjoyable and accessible for any fan of speculative fiction.”
“What we come away with […] is a sense that Israeli fantasy and SF is as lively and rewarding as any body of SF, and just as diverse—both in terms of the topics and themes and in terms of modes of writing, which range from the seriously literary and almost postmodern to playful celebrations of older SF traditions. Teitelbaum & Lottem have done an admirable job of balancing these various voices and traditions.”
“This first English-language collection of Israeli speculative fiction fills a hole in the literature of international sf that readers might not have realized needed filling […] This notable anthology is appropriate for all SF fans and a valuable resource for any library.”
“The complex and challenging stories collected in ZION’S FICTION are a welcome addition to the world of speculative literature.”
“All 16 stories that were selected for the first volume of ZION’S FICTION have received positive reviews worldwide. They are very different from the kind of speculative fiction people read in the West.”
“[Teitelbaum] could imagine “ZION’S FICTION” anchoring a course on Israeli fantasy and science fiction at the high school or undergraduate level, not to mention becoming ‘the mother of all bar mitzvah books’.”
“A must have for hardcore science fiction fans.”
Amazing Stories Magazine