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TIFERET TABLE AT AWP

Tiferet at AWP 2018

Tiferet editors and interns had a fabulous time at the Associated Writing Programs conference held this year in Tampa, Florida in early March. Special thanks to Gayle Brandeis, Jeremy Birkline, Cat Doty who managed...

Announcing Weekly Themes

Each day is a new life. Seize it. Live it. ~ David Guy Powers  In 2012 we are introducing weekly themes on our Facebook Fan Page. We invite you to use these themes as prompts....

inevitable intimacy

I woke up this morning and knew I am going to write about my time in the cabin. I trust I will meet all manner of critics on my way to the end of this...

Excerpt from In Sorrow (The Seeds of Change) by Susan Jackson

This poem appeared in our July 2013 issue. Read the rest of Susan’s poem and the rest of the journal by downloading it here. We carry the sorrow of the mothers who came before us we carry the...

The Great Cliches

There are times in life when I must return to the great simplicities, which some would call cliches. That's all right with me. A cliche is a truth that never needs to change because...

The Body is Creative Innovators’ (and Spiritual Aspirants’) Indispensible Tool

Do you find anything unusual about this photograph? It appeared in David Segal's excellent recent New York Times Magazine’s article on how creativity thought leaders are changing the way creativity happens in corporations. The...

DISSOLVING INTO GOODNESS

"The Kingdom of Heaven is poured out all over the earth and men don't see it." ~Jesus, 'Gnostic Gospel of Thomas' I. The distance between heaven and earth is less than the diameter of a photon....
Emily Vogel

Excerpt from The Face of the Earth by Emily Vogel

The following poem appears in our Spring 2016 Digital Issue. Read the rest of Emily’s poem and the entire issue by downloading it. 1 And the wind chime takes flight into the April air. And the wheelbarrow...

The Song of Love

The Song of Love The song of Love Is an unending Melody It’s roots lie in the Joy of the song And the harping on the strings Is the Gift divine The Grace of the Guru. The song has you in...