For the last week or so, Hevria’s Facebook page has been sharing the ten most popular posts of 2016 (by amount of pageviews, for you curious types). And whoever that guy is that runs it is clearly only doing it for the hits. Or maybe he justifies it to himself by saying, “Well, pieces that resonate matter, right?”
But whatever. At the end of the day, Hevria’s purpose is to create a community, not live off of hits. And so, someone else decided to reach out to the fabulous regular Hevria writers and get their take on which of their pieces they most enjoyed writing and sharing with that community.
Prepare yourselves for some beautiful stuff. (And for anyone who wants to help our writers get paid what they deserve, click here and every cent of your recurring donation will go towards them.)
The authors’ favorite posts, ordered by first name:
Andrea Grinberg – I Miss Clubbing
Chaya Kurtz – Young Jewish Farmers & Redemption
Chaya Lester – In Memory – Parshat Bowie
David Karpel – Niddah
Elad Nehorai – The World You Left And The World You’re Going To
Elizabeth Kirshner – We Are Nothing And Everything All At Once
Matthue Roth – Last Night At Noshland
Rachel Kann – Mermaid Esther: An Astonishing Fire
Rivka Nehorai – He Was So Unromantic, I Had To Marry Him
Rivki Silver – Does Everything Really Happen For A Reason?
Rochel Spangenthal – When G-d Stops Calling
Salvador Litvak – Can You Spot The Latino?
Saul Sudin – Yaakov Gets A Sex Change
Stephanie Wellen Levine – The Cult Was Almost Glorious
Tzvi Kilov – The Baal Shem Tov’s Question
Yocheved Sidof – I’m Ba’al Teshuvah From Birth
What a wonderful year! May everyone in the Hevria community and beyond be truly blessed! And, of course, this is all only the beginning.