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Emily Zimmer

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Essay

I Don’t Want To Spit In The Tube

By On July 4, 2018

This plastic tube will teach me about my roots, my heritage, other places in the world where my blood has been sprinkled. I’ll receive numbers, percentages, statistics. But what good is that?… Read More

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Essay

No Title Can Define You

By On June 20, 2018

What happens when we attribute our self worth to our accomplishments? Our grades? To the system that chooses to label us with job titles, and degrees; a system that was constructed to… Read More

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“If You Build It, They Will Come”

By On May 29, 2018

A word with Ariel Perets about the creation of Junity… Read More

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Story

Can I Miss The Past Without Wanting It Back?

By On April 11, 2018

Prose on memories and what they're worth, if anything.… Read More

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Essay

Dreams Of A Silver Redemption

By On March 28, 2018

But what if we never make it home?… Read More

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Essay

Grilled Cheese Anonymous

By On March 14, 2018

What do you believe in? Is there anything in your life that isn't ambiguous?… Read More

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Essay

I Don’t Have A Derech, But That’s Okay Because I’m Not The Only One

By On February 1, 2018

Maybe it's OK not to fit in a box.… Read More

Essay

Makeup Stains On The Pages Of The Siddur

By On January 17, 2018

Makeup-stained and marked-up siddur pages remind us that prayer books double over as story books.… Read More

Essay

When My Sister Found Her Husband, I Had To Find Myself

By On January 4, 2018

When my twin sister got married and moved across the country, I needed to figure out what my life looked like without her.… Read More

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Poem

Conversation With A Blank Canvas

By On December 20, 2017

As the old saying goes, "writing about a writer's block is better than not writing at all."… Read More

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