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The Neighborhood Kvetch

By On September 4, 2018

The town was finally sick of the constant complaining. And this time, the rabbi was on their side.… Read More

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What Our Siddur Has Drunk

By On September 3, 2018

Our siddur has drunk us even as we drink from it.… Read More

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Gevirah / Queen

By On August 30, 2018

The crown adorns she who keeps going.… Read More

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Hunt for the World’s Last Kugel

By On August 29, 2018

I might be in our apocalyptic future, foraging for food in ashes and not crunching charred crust in my teeth. Everything is artisan when it's one of a kind… Read More

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An Elul Lie

By On August 23, 2018

Victory is mine.… Read More

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Tomorrow Is The Full Moon

By On August 17, 2018

  There is light from overhead. And there is full-moon light that leaks through your walls. Light that seeps through your clothes and worms in your thoughts.   A thing so silent… Read More

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Na’arah / Maiden

By On August 15, 2018

She, who is fearless, who walks out of the wilderness feral-shouldered and unbroken.… Read More

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When You’re a Dragon, You Learn to Get Slayed

By On August 14, 2018

I always expected to get rescued, not to do the rescuing.… Read More

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Ohevet / Lover-Woman

By On August 1, 2018

And who would be healer, if not her?… Read More

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Every Tallis I’ve Ever Worn, an Oral History

By On July 31, 2018

For thirteen years I never knew not to wear a tallis.… Read More

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