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Israel’s Defense
Eli Valley January 10, 2024
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ADL Heaven
Eli Valley December 1, 2023
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Jenin
Eli Valley September 28, 2023
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“To Hell with This Depressing Atmosphere”
Three comics from Tits & Clits, the most risqué of the second wave’s underground women’s anthologies
Jillian Steinhauer August 24, 2023
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Are You Sure You Want To Move There?
A car ride conversation on Jewish identity
Jenny Lesser Holman July 7, 2023
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Yentl Meltdown
A trans writer wrestles with the classic Barbra Streisand movie Yentl.
Jett Allen May 4, 2023
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An American Talisman
What kinds of Jewish stories would suit the Tennessee school board?
Eli Valley March 15, 2022
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When Settler Becomes Native
Examining the claim of Jewish indigeneity in the land of Israel
Solomon Brager October 13, 2021
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Todtnauberg
Celan came up the mountain to visit the philosopher.
Anne Carson June 7, 2021
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The Haircut
The author reflects on the experience of giving her grandparents haircuts amid the pandemic.
Kayla Ginsburg May 24, 2021
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Bezos in Bessemer
A comic about Amazon, after Lola’s iconic Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire illustration from 1911.
Eli Valley March 29, 2021
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Ruth’s Kitchen
On Passover, an artist explores her ordinary—and extraordinary—culinary inheritance.
Rachel Meirs March 24, 2021
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When Are We Now?
The author recounts caring for his father in the last months of his life.
Joey Perr January 13, 2021
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The Only Protest They’d Accept
Discussions over brunch.
Eli Valley September 8, 2020
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Bayla’s Affair
Looking for love in all the wrong places.
Hinda Avery August 13, 2020
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Invisible Violence
The protesters of today are writing in the margins of our cities. It’s about time we read them.
Julia Alekseyeva July 3, 2020
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Portrait of the Artist in Quarantine: Day 14, Post-Grocery Run
What can you make with matzah meal and some old potatoes?
Kayla Ginsburg May 15, 2020
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Portrait of the Artist in Quarantine: Staying Clean
Same outfit, different day.
Kayla Ginsburg April 27, 2020
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Heavyweight
“When I box now, it feels like I’m davening.”
Solomon Brager April 10, 2020
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Portrait of the Artist in Quarantine Without a Dishwasher
So. Many. Dishes.
Kayla Ginsburg April 3, 2020
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Mayor Mike Vs. the Tired, Poor, Huddled Masses
“If we can find a bunch of billionaires around the world to move here, that would be a godsend.”
Joey Perr March 2, 2020
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Bayla’s Wrinkles
Bayla tries to reconcile her feminist principles and her obsession with her wrinkles.
Hinda Avery January 30, 2020
Hot Jews
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Hot Jews
“I’ve always struggled to like the way I look.”
Kayla Ginsburg December 23, 2019
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Bayla’s Disease
Bayla worries she’ll die before becoming a famous artist.
Hinda Avery August 5, 2019
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