Lilith FeatureMotherhood in the “Lean In” Era
Great expense, great expectations
A new way a woman can move when she’s moved—the kinesthetics of feminist prayer.
Good friend, from my province what is there to say? My mother’s grandfather left me here rooted in grateful guilt, who came, an escaped conscript blasted out of Europe in... Read more »
The author inherited her father’s meat grinder, a reminder, literally, of flesh and blood. Now it sits on its side, an unused object of beauty, in her own kitchen, where she realizes that Jews think about meat more than most people.
From Vienna to Appalachia, why did her forebears keep secrets and make such strange choices? The remarkably suppressed identity of her concert-star grandmother, and how Zazi Pope found it out.
At least poetry is nearly dead in the United States, thus limiting the number of people who have access to my humiliation. It appeared on page 17 of the... Read more »