Review

A Rebel Poet Wrestles with His Rebel Kids

By On November 6, 2018

Jake Marmer's poems wrestle with Judaism and G-d just as they wrestle with new fatherhood, career-hood, the unfamiliar weight of responsibility. … Read More

Poem

Nothing To Lose

By On November 6, 2018

Whatever the opposite of you is, I’m going for that.… Read More

Poem

Chachamah / Wise Woman

By On November 5, 2018

There is no misstep in your glory choreography.… Read More

Essay

Why I Wouldn’t Exist Without My Husband

By On November 5, 2018

I thought I knew who I was, but how much of me was really me? … Read More

Guest Post

Why A Jew Would Move To Mexico

By On November 5, 2018

Three poems about being Jewish in Mexico.… Read More

Poem

Yo, I’m Dissatisfied. And Scared. Please Help!

By On November 4, 2018

A poem on a Penn Station wall inspired my own poem about what I want, need, and hope for at this difficult moment.… Read More

Culture

Tree Of Life Painting Brings Lightness To The Dark

By On November 2, 2018

Attempting to deal with the darkness in this world, I was moved to respond to the terror in the way I know best: through my art. Tree of Life. Pittsburgh PA. 10.27.18 … Read More

Essay

I Won’t Know What Pittsburgh Means

By On November 1, 2018

Forgive us for refusing to see a story.… Read More

Guest Post

How Gefilte Fish Connects Us All

By On October 31, 2018

During crisis, we are reminded of the deep connections we have with our fellow Jews.… Read More

Essay

I Cannot Stop Laughing

By On October 31, 2018

Keep calm and...feel G-d's mysterious presence within the chaos?… Read More

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