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Latest TIFERET Journal Excerpts & Featured Posts

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Excerpt from Cosmos by Christine Valters Paintner

The following poem appears in our Spring/Summer 2018 issue. The entire issue is available for purchase in print or digital format. That first moment, explosion of fire and fury a stampede...
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Excerpt from From Here to Wherever by Emily Vogel

The following poem appears in our Fall/Winter 2018 issue. The single issue is available for purchase in print or digital format, or by subscription. Shift. Identity or dishes to the...

Excerpt from Grateful Conversations by Susan Rogers

The following poem appears in our Fall/Winter 2018 issue. The single issue is available for purchase in print or digital format, or by subscription. Everything we have we’re given in...

Excerpt from Nietzsche’s Ghazal by Arthur Solway

The following poem appears in our Spring/Summer 2018 issue. The entire issue is available for purchase in print or digital format. It comes to you...

Excerpt from Ten Poems for Difficult Times by Roger Housden

The following essay appears in our Fall/Winter 2018 issue. The entire issue is available for purchase in print or digital format. Poetry is a concise...

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