Name what you believe to be the top five Jewish-written and themed short stories of all time. (Note to Mis-nagid: Biblical texts are not up for consideration.) Post your list in the comments to this post (or email me; the link is on the right sidebar of this page).
The best list (chosen subjectively by the prize committee, i.e., me) will receive a prize as yet to be determined, probably a current Jewish-themed book, perhaps Nathan Englander's The Ministry of Special Cases. (The winner will have some say in what the prize is.)
The contest closes Friday, June 1, 2007, at 8 pm CDT.
In order to win, you'll have to have a valid email address (and, once notified of your prize, you will need to provide valid contact and shipping information in a timely fashion). If the winner cannot be contacted, the prize *may* be awarded to someone who can be reached.