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Elad Nehorai

Poem

6 Poems About Burnout

By On November 9, 2017

When you're too exhausted to write anything except poems about being exhausted.… Read More

Story

The Clay Man With The Spikes: Part 5

By On October 26, 2017

In part 5 of the "Clay Man With The Spikes" series, Girl has become Young Woman. And with that change comes a change in her relationship with Friend.… Read More

Story

The Clay Man With The Spikes: Part 4

By On September 14, 2017

In the fourth installment of this series, Mother takes Girl to the beach, where she hopes to rediscover their long-lost connection.… Read More

Story

The Clay Man With The Spikes: Part 3

By On August 31, 2017

In part 3 of the Clay Man With The Spikes series, Elad takes us into the the next stage of life for Father, Mother, and Girl, where hearts are splattered over bodies,… Read More

Story

The Clay Man With The Spikes: Part 2

By On August 17, 2017

Father and Mother now have their own perfectly unspiked baby. And life is beautiful and perfect. Until it isn't.… Read More

Story

The Clay Man With The Spikes: Part 1

By On August 3, 2017

There once was a clay man who lived in a clay world. And unlike all the rest, he was covered in spikes. He thought he would be alone forever. Part… Read More

HevriaCast

HevriaCast Episode 11: Rabbi Brad Hirschfield

By On June 13, 2017

A discussion with Brad Hirschfield, president of Clal about things like the idea of "service vs. sales" and how to create a Jewish world that learns how to create a healthier balance… Read More

Essay

The Time God Did Not Provide

By On June 8, 2017

We were in Israel. Our first daughter had just been born. I didn't have a job. And we were broke. A longform essay about the journey this took… Read More

Hevria News

Hevria Takes On Longform

By On June 7, 2017

Hevria writers invite you along with us as we take on the challenge of longform essays for the next few weeks.… Read More

Story

The Long, Straight Road Of Orthodoxy

By On May 25, 2017

A story about the straight road. The one they told you was safe and stable. The one you trusted. The one you're starting to look at more closely.… Read More

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