Yona Zeldis McDonough
Sometimes the price of being saved is much higher than we could ever expect or know and Jewish children hidden during the Holocaust found that out the hard way. The… Read more »
Yona Zeldis McDonough talks to Jennifer Anne Moses about her book “Domesticity.”
Alicia Jo Rabins on her newest multidimensional work of meditation and love.
“The road to a disordered relationship with food and exercise was paved with well-intentioned comments about my appearance and eating habits.”
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?
Los Angeles-based poet Rhiannon McGavin talks to Lilth about her sophomore collection of poetry, Grocery List Poems.
Are you all fired up? Tevet babies, this is for you!
You don’t want to be interacting with your nemesis on a daily basis. That’s exhausting.