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Our Baby Down The Waste Pipe

By On March 20, 2017

A father's raw, unfiltered, and heartbreaking experience with miscarriage.… Read More

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Morning Shift At The Jewish Retirement Home

By On March 13, 2017

I come here in the early mornings / intruding in a still barbed wired reality / your body crawled out, but your mind never did, / not really.… Read More

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My Brother Left For Israel. And I Changed.

By On March 13, 2017

When he left, I was battling a chronic illness, unable to visit him. And now, I revisit that moment, changed.… Read More

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How Performative Utterances Make Us Like G-D

By On March 13, 2017

We are very much aware that G-d created the world with speech, something man is utterly incapable of; isn’t he?… Read More

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Black, Jewish, And Marching In Selma In 2017

By On February 28, 2017

A Jew of color who grew up during the Civil Rights movement describes why she has chosen to march in Selma in the Trump era.… Read More

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A Disturbing But Profound Interaction With The Other

By On February 20, 2017

What happens when we open ourselves up to a stranger that we might otherwise ignore?… Read More

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I Am (Not) A Writer

By On February 13, 2017

My journey towards realizing that writing is my inheritance, not a privilege.… Read More

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What The Man With The Imaginary Friend Taught Me About Emunah

By On February 6, 2017

While we tend to look down on, or at least pity, those who "see" imaginary beings, perhaps there is something we can also gain from their experience.… Read More

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The Sephardic Synagogue On Dennison Street

By On January 30, 2017

A poetic ode to a forgotten community.… Read More

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Ode To An “Unwanted” Epidural

By On January 23, 2017

A mother's painful decision to give up on a natural, home birth, and her joy in the ultimate result.… Read More

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