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The Bank Teller’s Game

The Bank Teller’s Game
By April 1, 2008

Called by Library Journal “one of the most important writers working today,” Michael Brodsky is very much a writer for an idealized tomorrow. He was born in the Bronx in 1951, and lives in the seclusion nearest to Manhattan, namely … Read More

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The Bank Teller’s Game

The Bank Teller’s Game
By April 1, 2008

Called by Library Journal “one of the most important writers working today,” Michael Brodsky is very much a writer for an idealized tomorrow. He was born in the Bronx in 1951, and lives in the seclusion nearest to Manhattan, namely … Read More

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The Mystery of Jewish and Aryan Chess

The Mystery of Jewish and Aryan Chess
By April 1, 2008

Writer Alex Epstein’s enigmatic short fiction has been hailed by Israeli critics as reminiscent of Borges and Kafka. Certainly, many of his stories can be read as ironic, philosophical parables. The following story reveals Epstein’s concern with the history of … Read More

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The Mystery of Jewish and Aryan Chess

The Mystery of Jewish and Aryan Chess
By April 1, 2008

Writer Alex Epstein’s enigmatic short fiction has been hailed by Israeli critics as reminiscent of Borges and Kafka. Certainly, many of his stories can be read as ironic, philosophical parables. The following story reveals Epstein’s concern with the history of … Read More

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Watercycle

Watercycle
By April 1, 2008

Birth. Soul. Spirit. Death. All cycles of life are overlapped in Gina Grafos‘ life and in work. Raised in a Jewish, evangelical Christian, Greek Orthodox family, Grafos’ perception of belief was left quite askew. Her work now deals with the … Read More

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Salon & Performance

Salon & Performance
By March 23, 2008

Salon & Performance March 23, 2008 The Jewish Museum, 1109 5th Ave at 92nd St, 3.30 – 5 pm,Free with general admission Join Zeek for a performance by the bard and poet VadimPevzner and a presentation by visual artists Alina … Read More

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Salon & Performance

Salon & Performance
By March 23, 2008

Salon & Performance March 23, 2008 The Jewish Museum, 1109 5th Ave at 92nd St, 3.30 – 5 pm,Free with general admission Join Zeek for a performance by the bard and poet VadimPevzner and a presentation by visual artists Alina … Read More

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Between

Between
By March 1, 2008

This poem was originally published in April, 2007, in the Spring/Summer 2007 print edition of Zeek. Our print edition features original articles, essays, poems, and art, much of which never makes it to the online edition. To subscribe, visit www.zeek.net/buy … Read More

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