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Jewish Women's Writing Groups

Have you seen the spring issue’s article on Jewish women’s writing groups? (You can even download the article from our homepage!) Well, in the spirit of that article, we want… Read more »

Pesach dead hand of the past

(April 8, 2009) I am fuming. I was just in West Side Judaica (Manhattan’s Upper West Side) where a little boy was saying to his grandparents, “We need a Miriam’s… Read more »

What’s For Dinner?

The baby’s got a new trick. She can turn her hands into wind-shield wipers. When it’s time for breakfast, I drop her into her high-chair and dump some cheerios and… Read more »

In Motion

The baby learned to walk – ah! The freedom of it! Tentative steps for a month, and then, seemingly suddenly, the determination palpable, the joy uncontainable, the falls inevitable, she… Read more »

A Parent's Job Description

My mother-in-law forwarded me an email with this description of a Parent’s Job Description. I haven’t been able to find the author–-though multiple links come up when you Google “Parents… Read more »

Friending

A friend of mine was visiting from out of town for a conference recently, and a group of her women friends gathered to see her. We ordered in pizza, and… Read more »

My Cup of Tea

The only thing I consume as often as books is tea. A box of tea, like a good novel, usually lasts me about a week; by that point I am… Read more »

Fiscal Discipline

I am, as my friends, family and girlfriend can tell you, kind of cheap. Not super-cheap, not inhibiting-my-social-interactions cheap, just I-live-in-New-York-go-to-grad-school-and-work-at-a-non-profit cheap. You know what I’m avoiding saying right now,… Read more »

The Milky Way

When my friend’s son was one year old, she and her husband threw a big party in their back-yard to celebrate the baby’s weaning. It was June in Northern California.… Read more »

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No better Thursday feeling than getting to open a box filled with brand spankin’ new issues of Lilith! Our editor-in-chief @susanweidmanschneider was kind enough to tackle the big reveal. ♥️ coming to subscriber inboxes/ mailboxes this week! 📬

(And if you’re not already a subscriber…come on in! The water’s fine ✨)

No better Thursday feeling than getting to open a box filled with brand spankin’ new issues of Lilith! Our editor-in-chief @susanweidmanschneider was kind enough to tackle the big reveal. ♥️ coming to subscriber inboxes/ mailboxes this week! 📬

(And if you’re not already a subscriber…come on in! The water’s fine ✨)
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Introducing Ramona—Lilith’s spring 2024 intern! ✨

“Hi! I’m Ramona, Lilith’s newest intern! I live in Brooklyn with my best friends and my Calico Critter collection. I’m a senior at The New School where I study Literature, Jewish Culture, and History. On campus, I am the president of the Jewish Culture Club, an independent, student-led organization. I’m currently writing my thesis on queer ancestry in the Book of Ruth. In my free time I like to read books about radical Jewish political movements and knit! I’m so excited to be a Lilith intern!”

Introducing Ramona—Lilith’s spring 2024 intern! ✨

“Hi! I’m Ramona, Lilith’s newest intern! I live in Brooklyn with my best friends and my Calico Critter collection. I’m a senior at The New School where I study Literature, Jewish Culture, and History. On campus, I am the president of the Jewish Culture Club, an independent, student-led organization. I’m currently writing my thesis on queer ancestry in the Book of Ruth. In my free time I like to read books about radical Jewish political movements and knit! I’m so excited to be a Lilith intern!”
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You won’t want to miss this Savor Sunday filled with music, spice, inspiration and delight. 

On March 10,  1-2:30 pm ET, explore delicious Sephardic Purim traditions and food from Turkey, Egypt, Morocco, Iraq and more through music, cooking demonstrations and lively conversations with Lilith and @savorexperience. 

Hosted by chef @susanbarocas and singer @saraharoeste, join us to learn recipes from Egyptian chef and cookbook author @vivianebowell and the mother-daughter team of @bendichasmanos, Marcia Israel Weingarten & Kaye Israel. Cosponsored by @wrj1913.  Get your tickets here: bit.ly/SavorPurim

You won’t want to miss this Savor Sunday filled with music, spice, inspiration and delight.

On March 10, 1-2:30 pm ET, explore delicious Sephardic Purim traditions and food from Turkey, Egypt, Morocco, Iraq and more through music, cooking demonstrations and lively conversations with Lilith and @savorexperience.

Hosted by chef @susanbarocas and singer @saraharoeste, join us to learn recipes from Egyptian chef and cookbook author @vivianebowell and the mother-daughter team of @bendichasmanos, Marcia Israel Weingarten & Kaye Israel. Cosponsored by @wrj1913. Get your tickets here: bit.ly/SavorPurim
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Thinking about Toni Morrison today, who would have turned 93 over the weekend. Revisit Rachel Kadish’s reflection “Toni Morrison Gave Me Permission” on the Lilith blog 📝

Thinking about Toni Morrison today, who would have turned 93 over the weekend. Revisit Rachel Kadish’s reflection “Toni Morrison Gave Me Permission” on the Lilith blog 📝 ...

Arriving online and in mailboxes soon, Lilith’s Winter 2023-2024 issue features cover art by Ronit Porat (@poratronit). Inside this issue, you’ll find bat mitzvah stories, grief and reflections since Oct. 7 from Israeli, American, and Palestinian women, poetry as prayer, and much, much more.

We can’t wait for you to hold this issue in your hands soon.

Arriving online and in mailboxes soon, Lilith’s Winter 2023-2024 issue features cover art by Ronit Porat (@poratronit). Inside this issue, you’ll find bat mitzvah stories, grief and reflections since Oct. 7 from Israeli, American, and Palestinian women, poetry as prayer, and much, much more.

We can’t wait for you to hold this issue in your hands soon.
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