Cole Krawitz

Cole Krawitz is a writer and poet who recently completed a MFA in Creative Writing at Lesley University's Low-Residency Program. Cole has been awarded residencies and fellowships from Makor/92nd Street Y and the Lambda Literary Foundation. Cole currently teaches creative writing with the June Jordan Poetry for the People Program at University of California, Berkeley. Cole’s articles have been widely published, including in Newsday, The Advocate, Huffington Post, The Forward, San Francisco Bay Times and his poems have appeared in OCHO and The Queer Collection: Prose and Poetry 2007. Cole is the founder of jvoices.com. Cole lives in Oakland, CA, with his heart roaming in the boroughs of New York City.

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Poem: In the Time of Elul

We visit gravesites, mark a year’s passing, turn in in order to turn out another…

Thank You for Being a Friend, Bea Arthur, z”l

Bea Arthur passed away today at the age of 86 from cancer. The Jewish Women’s…

Daniel Kahn: “A Tradition of Subversion and a Subversive Tradition” by Sarah Anne Minkin

From JVOICES.COM  – Author: Sarah Anne Minkin Dan Kahn and The Painted Bird’s new album,…