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Poem

The Truth Of Love

By On December 21, 2016

Praise be to these united states of broken hearts.… Read More

Poem

Enough! (Bad Choices, Time, And The True Self)

By On December 18, 2016

A poem that squeezes humor and even transcendence out of my obsessiveness, ineptitude, and rotten choices. I'm guessing many can relate in various ways.… Read More

Essay

Stop Talking About The Shidduch Crisis

By On December 14, 2016

It doesn't help anyone.… Read More

Poem

Oh Passionate Roots, Who Among You Will Join Me?

By On December 7, 2016

Watch Cosmic Carrot: Are You A Gangster of Love? Live from Nerdcon: Stories… Read More

Poem

What To Tell The Children

By On November 23, 2016

Tell them that this is the great awakening.… Read More

Poem

Halleluyah For Leonard

By On November 21, 2016

Chaya offers poetic praise for the guiding light that Leonard gave.… Read More

Essay

The Best Life Advice I’ve Ever Gotten

By On November 15, 2016

For years, I've asked people for their best piece of life advice. This is a compilation of some of the most memorable. … Read More

Guest Post

The Boogeyman Of Belonging

By On November 14, 2016

A poem about the loneliness and invisibility of aging single women in the Jewish community, together with the vulnerability that comes with being on one's own.… Read More

Poem

Off The Top Of Your Head

By On November 10, 2016

The politics of language determines how little we know in contrast to how much we think we know. … Read More

Music

Loving With Reckless Abandon Is The Best Act Of Revolution

By On November 9, 2016

Loving with reckless abandon is the best act of revolution.… Read More

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