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Tzvi Kilov

Poem

A Midnight Prayer

By On February 9, 2017

Quiet words from a peaceful night.… Read More

Essay

This Is Not Art

By On January 26, 2017

This is just what I think. Gross.… Read More

Essay

Read Old Books

By On January 12, 2017

Peruse superannuated codices!… Read More

Poem

Joseph, At The End Of History

By On December 29, 2016

The mystery of a single choice.… Read More

Essay

The Jewish Courage

By On December 15, 2016

A love letter to Kislev.… Read More

Story

A Night In Morristown

By On December 1, 2016

A story from yeshiva, based on true events.… Read More

Essay

Why Unity Is Impractical And You Can, Too

By On November 17, 2016

Truth is unity and unity, truth.… Read More

Story

An Intervening Tragedy

By On November 3, 2016

I died in a flash of screaming light on the highway at the age of twenty-six.… Read More

Essay

On The Mysteries Of King Solomon And Koheles

By On October 20, 2016

Why read a depressing book on a happy holiday?… Read More

Essay

The Baal Shem Tov’s Question

By On October 6, 2016

Because the answers are not enough.… Read More

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