is a novelist and poet living in New York City. She's the author of several books, including Book Doctor. Read more of her writing on her blog I Am and I Am Not.
A photo-poem for Sukkot in celebration of shelter and wandering, harvest and shared meals.
Three poems to celebrate new beginnings every day, atoning, and reconciling.
With the celebrations of Easter and Passover in our rearview mirrors, a poem and a postcard for the year to come.
A photo-poem to celebrate the first night of Passover and life’s endless series of stories.
Our lives and our liberations are bound up in each other. A photo-poem exploration of hope, freedom, and the meaning of exodus.
For the final night of Hanukkah, a poem brought on by Allen Ginsberg.
The penultimate night celebrates getting older and the embers within.
Finding the light isn’t difficult if you find the kindness that stands before you in the face of someone you may never have met. A poem for Hanukkah.
Just past the midpoint of the festival of lights, a glowing reminder that people sometimes say no.
The light of Hanukkah can be found in the voice. A postcard on the fondness of listening and the musical warmth of words.