Ready to get some creative inspiration this spring? Join Lilith for an Instagram Live chat with award-winning novelist, poet, and children’s book author Lesléa Newman. You may know her best for Heather Has Two Mommies, or for her several volumes of poetry.

Hang out with us as Lilith Intern Abigail Fisher asks Lesléa about her creative process, the role of her Jewish and queer identities in her writing, and how she manages to write in so many different genres! 

Discover the story of the biblical Deborah through the unique lens of Morpurgo’s 1859 poem “Look: This is New,” and learn how modern Hebrew women’s poetry can serve as a vital source of new interpretation for our classical sources. Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 1:00 pm ET.

Presented in partnership with HUC Connect & Lilith magazine.

Join Ethiopian-Israeli chef Beejhy Barhany & Lilith magazine and learn how to cook classic vegan Ethiopian cuisine! Chef Barhany, of Tsion Cafe in Harlem, will share how her history, culture and favorite spices converge to make gomen–Ethiopian collard greens. Friday, April 23, 12-1 pm ET | 9-10 am PT.

In this unique poetry writing workshop, appropriate for writers at any level, you’ll be prompted to describe objects you care about deeply in order to convey the meanings they carry in your life. All you’ll need is something to write with, something to write on, an open mind and heart, and a cherished object or two. Tuesday, April 27, 7:30-9 pm ET | 4:30-6 pm PT.

Your $36 fee includes a Lilith subscription (for you or as a gift). No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

Lilith salons are up and running in over 90 cities across North America! Are you a member of a Reform congregation or a National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) section?  You can be part on an ongoing Lilith salon right in your own community. Or you can start your own Lilith salon by inviting friends to discuss the current issue; you provide the snacks and Lilith will provide background material and trigger questions. Learn more.