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Based on Proverbs 31:10-31, this poem is one writer’s interpretation of “Eshet Chayil” (A Woman of Valor) for the 21st century.

Stacey Zisook Robinson
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Did the television series “Will & Grace,” now returning to prime-time, get its name from Jewish scholar Martin Buber’s 1923 classic work, I and Thou?

Rabbi Dennis S. Ross
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As the High Holidays approach, once again I am reading S.Y. Agnon’s Days of Awe. As much as the book means to me, though, the person who gave it to me means more.

Rabbi Stephen Lewis Fuchs
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Learn how author Anita Diamant got started as a writer, what's new in Jewish ritual and practice, and what these changes mean in North America's liberal Jewish community.

Aron Hirt-Manheimer
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We may be well into summer, but there are still plenty of beach days (or sitting-outside-days) ahead. Infuse your outdoor reading with Judaism with our tried-and-true recommendations.

Marissa Solomon
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Read our interview with Bruce Feiler bestselling author, who will discuss his latest book, The First Love Story: Adam, Eve, and Us, at the URJ Biennial.

Aron Hirt-Manheimer
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Read one writer's poetic response to this week's terrorist attack in Manchester, England.

Stacey Zisook Robinson
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My only purpose in writing my debut novel was to tell a good fantasy story, not to tell an allegory of Jewish trauma and resilience.

Noah Beit-Aharon
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In his new book, Peter Gethers regales readers with the history of Ratner’s and its famous customers, but that is only one facet of his humorous and touching story.

Deborah Rood Goldman
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After dawn but before sunrise, I pick up my notebook to write. Sometimes, an idea arrives; sometimes, I scan my list of yet-unwritten prayers for inspiration.

Alden Solovy


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