My work for tweens, teens, and adults appears in Jewish magazines, including Tablet, Hamodia, Kveller, Binah, JewishFiction.net, Ami, and Mishpacha.
Missed me in print? Try these links to my work online:
- “Mick Revises a Love Story” Short literary fiction about what happens when a writer crosses paths with the one that got away.
- “An Old-Fashioned Girl” Zelig wants to get married, if only he can find a nice, old-fashioned woman. He travels back in time to find one. A sci-fi short.
- “Object of Desire?” A personal essay about how married women feel conflicted under an admiring glance.
- “Our Unexpected Passover Guest” Nobody expected my grandfather to show up at my apartment for Pesach–especially two months after he died.
- “Obsessive. Compulsive. And Orthodox” How an Orthodox lifestyle can bring extra challenges to those with OCD, but also provide balance and help.
Click the links below to see samples of my work in PDF form!
- “Dream again” In this sci-fi short, a father – overwhelmed with the financial stresses of raising a family – decides to sell his dreams for profit. (Originally appeared in Hamodia in March 2013. Reprinted with permission.)
- “It’s all in his head” In this sci-fi story, a newcomer to school excels beyond expectation. But what is the cause of his success? (Originally appeared in Aim! from Ami Magazine in 2011.)
- “The Lightbulb Dress” A young girl thinks her grandmother’s gifts are always perfect, until now. (Originally appeared in Mishpacha Junior in 2010.)
- “Every Jew Means Shlomo Too” When an autistic boy joins a day school class, how can the students welcome him? (Originally appeared in Mishpacha Junior in 2011.)
- “So you want to work for the CIA” Juvenile feature about the CIA. (Originally appeared in Aim! in 2011.)