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Rules Of My Best Friend’s Body: A Free Book For You

By On January 31, 2017

Matthue introduces Hevria's newest project: a novel he wrote called Rules of My Best Friend's Body.… Read More

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This Is Not Art

By On January 26, 2017

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

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God Doesn’t Owe You Anything

By On January 25, 2017

I had thought that I was being observant because it was the right thing to do. I was wrong.… Read More

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In The Meantime I’m Doing Laundry

By On January 25, 2017

Elizabeth reflects on the whirlwind experience of a funeral, the challenge of processing an event in the moment, and the things we rely on to keep going… Read More

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Feminism, The Women’s March, And My Hasidic Identity

By On January 24, 2017

What, if anything, would I march for?… Read More

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Make Your Story Make You Bleed

By On January 17, 2017

It's such a tempting idea, this sudden mental switch or a realization-from-on-high -- for reasons that are often hard to explain and sometimes so totally otherworldly that you can barely explain them… Read More

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A Letter To Death: My Worst Enemy And Possible Friend

By On January 15, 2017

Death, you are my hugest fear, but also a sneaky beam of brilliant hope for transcendence.… Read More

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Read Old Books

By On January 12, 2017

Peruse superannuated codices!… Read More

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The Coffee Is Overpriced Because It Comes With Free Insight

By On January 11, 2017

Thank you, sincerely, for the unsolicited advice. Thank you, Jerusalem, for it all. … Read More

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Traveling Is Not Always Right

By On January 10, 2017

Sometimes, even travelers need to admit it… Read More

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