Lilith has a full slate of December events!
Debut novelist Marcie Roman talks with Fiction Editor Yona Zeldis McDonough about what it’s like to travel to an alternate universe, and what the experience can teach us about our own.
Lilith’s Yona Zeldis McDonough talks to author Edie Meidav about her unique and transdisciplinary novel, Another Love Discourse.
Alicia Jo Rabins on her newest multidimensional work of meditation and love.
The window gallery exhibition, TRANSPLANT, explores what it is like to be transplants to North America (where they’ve both lived for over a decade) from a place with a different culture, climate and customs.
Two of my pregnancies ended in miscarriage, and the other two resulted in the greatest joys of my life. But all four were a burden — emotionally and physically, personally and professionally.
Why is it so complicated to accept financial gifts from my parents?
As I look at my new daughter, I think about what a few more decades of restrictions could mean for her future. I knead harder.
Inspired by an heiress living in Paris when Hitler invaded, who might have gone home like most Americans did, but instead stayed and risked her life to help strangers.
Time feels like it’s standing still, so why not revisit some gems from the Lilith archive?