Frequently Asked Questions
who are Honeycake’s readers?
Honeycake is for families who are interested in cultivating a rich Jewish educational environment at home, and who want to see playful, insightful Jewish children's stories that reflect the racial and cultural diversity of the Jewish community. Honeycake is not affiliated with a particular Jewish movement.
Will honeycake be released online?
We have no plans to release Honeycake online. We love print magazines and want to offer families something that can be picked up and read anytime.
Can I order a copy of honeycake magazine?
Yes! Thanks to our generous donors and Kickstarter backers, the first issue of Honeycake is currently in production and will be published this December. Order here by October 1, 2019 to make sure your copy is delivered in time for Hanukkah.
Can I purchase a subscription?
Not yet! We are currently seeking funding to begin publishing the magazine on a quarterly basis. We welcome suggestions of foundations that may be interested in partnering with us.
What will I find in the first issue?
The first issue of Honeycake will contain twenty-four pages of Jewish stories, poems, songs, puzzles, comic strips, and art activities.
Who are the contributors?
The stories and activities in Honeycake are written and illustrated by writers, artists, and educators in the Jewish community.
I have an idea for a story or poem. how can i submit it?
Visit www.honeycakemagazine.com/writers for details on submitting your work.
How can i find out more?
Sign up for our email newsletter below for behind-the-scenes updates about what’s going on at Honeycake. You can also drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to hear from you!