Essay

Why Jewish Artists Will Continue To Be Rebels

By On August 16, 2018

It seems that so many of us public Jewish figures turn on our communities. Here's why it will keep happening, and why it might be a good thing.… Read More

Essay

We’ll Never Feel Ready

By On August 16, 2018

No rehearsal, no practice time. But someone, something, is rooting for us.… Read More

Poem

Na’arah / Maiden

By On August 15, 2018

She, who is fearless, who walks out of the wilderness feral-shouldered and unbroken.… Read More

Essay

What Israelis Can Teach Us About How To Build A Better Society

By On August 15, 2018

The difference between what those in the Diaspora are doing with their bodies and what Israelis are doing with their hearts.… Read More

Poem

When You’re a Dragon, You Learn to Get Slayed

By On August 14, 2018

I always expected to get rescued, not to do the rescuing.… Read More

Essay

I Hate Facebook Groups, I Love Facebook Groups

By On August 13, 2018

Click here to prevent other members from adding you to this group again.… Read More

Guest Post

My Feminist Jewish (R)evolution

By On August 13, 2018

The push and pull of being a feminist and an Orthodox woman.… Read More

Essay

Why History’s Greatest Philosopher Lived in Liadi

By On August 9, 2018

On the elegance of Chassidus Chabad.… Read More

Essay

My Hard Drive Broke & I Don’t Care

By On August 9, 2018

But every time I whipped the external hard drive out, or put some files in my Google Drive, I asked myself- did I make something worth saving?  … Read More

Essay

God of the Bathroom

By On August 7, 2018

I found proof of God on the way out of the bathroom, not that my faith ever needed it.… Read More

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