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Summer 2021

Who's In Your Coven?

Jewitches are back! • The afterlife of Ethel Rosenberg  • How to mourn a friend in a 10-month shiva • New--a nonbinary naming ritual • Tovah Feldshuh's Everywoman qualities • Mahjong, and why this women's game matters

In This Issue

Lilith Feature

Tovah Feldshuh is a Mensch on a Mission

Liba Vaynberg

From RBG to Golda Meir to Dr. Ruth to countless mothers and daughters, the actress has come to embody a certain kind of unflappable Jewish woman.

Lilith Feature

Pagans, Priestesses & Witches… but Jewishly

Arielle Silver-Willner

As tales of the mythological “demon” Lilith (and this magazine’s title) remind us, for as long as there has been feminism, there’s been feminist reclamation of threatening female archetypes.

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From Tarot Reader to Jewitch: My Spiritual Journey at 40

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Someone suggested placing a crystal on my third eye while meditating. “My third eye?” I asked, touching my forehead, and then replying, “Oh! You mean the place for my head tefillin?”

How to Move, How to Breathe

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What I learned in Tel Aviv was not what you’d expect.

The Holiness of the In-Between

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Crafting a Jewish ceremony to celebrate my new, non-binary name.

Fiction: The Fronds of Knives

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In 1930's France, fifteen-year-old Manon is presented with the opportunity to pose as a nude model for Matisse, in order to secure American visas for her family.

Ethel and Me

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Ethel Rosenberg’s literary (and familial) afterlife continues to trigger pain and controversy for her daughter-in-law.

Mahjong: Why this Women’s Game Matters

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A Chinese game of skill has cultural significance for Jews—and women.

A Hebrew Priestess Reconnects with Her Roots

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“In kindergarten, everyone was asked what they wanted to be when they grew up,” Keshira haLev Fife recalls of her childhood. “And I said I wanted to be a rabbi, even before I understood what it meant.”

American Baby

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Adoption, infertility, and the long tail of a midcentury tragedy.

A Best Friends’ Guide to Communal Grieving

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After a friend’s suicide during the pandemic, a group mourned over Zoom. The solace was not entirely as expected.

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