Authors / Miriam Saperstein
Miriam Saperstein is a poet, zine-maker, and library science student in Detroit, Michigan. They were a 2020 New Voices/Jewish Currents fellow. Their work has also been featured in the lickety~split, ctrl+v, and Protocols.
A Strike Against Despair
On the eve of Rosh Hashanah, a University of Michigan undergrad reflects on the sense of possibility unleashed by the grad student strike.Miriam Saperstein September 18, 2020
The Local Lulav
In creating our diasporic lulavs, we asked ourselves what a radical, ethical practice of Sukkot looks like in our various homes.Rakia Sky Brown, Gabi Kirk, Noah Rubin-Blose, and Miriam Saperstein September 28, 2018