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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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Found In Translation

Found In Translation
By February 3, 2008

Found In Translation Sunday, 2 March 2008 at 4pm JCC in Manhattan 76th & Amsterdam – New York, NY Free Travel with us as we journey through 100 Years of Israeli Literature, from the mystical poems of Rav Kook to … Read More

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Found In Translation

Found In Translation
By February 3, 2008

Found In Translation Sunday, 2 March 2008 at 4pm JCC in Manhattan 76th & Amsterdam – New York, NY Free Travel with us as we journey through 100 Years of Israeli Literature, from the mystical poems of Rav Kook to … Read More

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Lech Lecha, or: How Israeli Jews Find Renewal in Diaspora

Lech Lecha, or: How Israeli Jews Find Renewal in Diaspora
By February 1, 2008

Awakening late to my Judaism–as so many American Jews do–I came to a realization both strange and wonderful: there are Israelis in my midst! At last, I thought, : Real Jews! Jews who’ve fought and sweated and sacrificed for the … Read More

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Rainy Sign

Rainy Sign
By February 1, 2008

Julia Blaukopf is intrigued by both the unfamiliar and the ordinary. For the past four years she has traveled throughout Italy, Eastern Europe, Kenya and Ghana. Much of her work centers on new ways of depicting foreign places, blurring the … Read More

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Poems by Yerra Sugarman

Poems by Yerra Sugarman
By February 1, 2008

ASH AND SCAR Their possible crumbled; consolation held captive in the blasted hive of a once Room. And shabby were the clusters of rain swollen on the panes While calendars clinging to the aspirin walls went silent And windows no … Read More

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Rainy Sign

Rainy Sign
By February 1, 2008

Julia Blaukopf is intrigued by both the unfamiliar and the ordinary. For the past four years she has traveled throughout Italy, Eastern Europe, Kenya and Ghana. Much of her work centers on new ways of depicting foreign places, blurring the … Read More

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From Oi to Oy: is Hardcore Punk Suddenly Kosher?

From Oi to Oy: is Hardcore Punk Suddenly Kosher?
By February 1, 2008

In the beginning, they said, let there be light – a festival of lights – Eight Crazy Nights of them. And so there was. And it was good, very good. Yidcore pelted the audience with bagels and Jewdriver wore its … Read More

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