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Laura Marshall

Excerpt from Gods for Other Lives by Laura Marshall

The following essay was the Nonfiction Winner of Tiferet’s 2019 Writing Contest and featured in our Autumn/Winter 2019 issue. Click here to purchase the issue in digital format to read the rest of Laura’s...
Tamar Einstein

Excerpt from Olive Tree by Tamar Einstein

The following poem appears in our Spring/Summer 2021 issue. Subscribe today or purchase the single issue in digital format to read the rest of Tammy’s poem and the entire issue. When I really look for...
JUDE RITTENHOUSE

Excerpt from Zooming with Quakers by Jude Rittenhouse

The following poem appears in our Autumn/Winter 2020 issue. Click here to purchase this issue in digital format, read the rest of Jude’s poem and the entire issue. Subscribe today to receive this issue and one more as...
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Excerpt from The Keenaghan Koans by Paul Muldoon

The following poem appears in our Spring/Summer 2021 issue. Subscribe today or purchase the single issue in digital format to read the rest of Paul’s poem and the entire issue. Caonach is the Irish term...
JUDE RITTENHOUSE

Excerpt from Questions by Jude Rittenhouse

The following poem appears in our Fall/Winter 2019 issue. Purchase this single issue in print or digital format. 1 Who are we? Really? Are we more like trees, fulfilling dreams of acorns and seeds, or are we sea’s children: forever transforming from mist to...
Nathaniel Gutman

Excerpt from Weissensee by Nathaniel Gutman

The following poem appears in our Spring/Summer 2021 issue. Subscribe today or purchase the single issue in digital format to read the rest of Nathaniel’s poem and the entire issue. I wake up to a...
Phyllis Barber

Tif on Faith by Phyllis Barber

The following Tif on Faith was featured in our Fall/Winter 2019 issue. While a "tiff" is defined as a "petty argument", a "Tif" is anything but petty--it is a short exploration of a deeply meaningful...

When We Walk – by C Haynsworth

When we walk, the world unfurls in pinks, greens, and blues. You and I and sky far from the gray of your apartment, the glare of the screen. Bad news turns to birdsong once we’re outside. I feel sun...
Susan Oringel

Excerpt from The Relative Truth by Susan Oringel

The following short story appears in our Spring/Summer 2021 issue. Subscribe today or purchase the single issue in digital format to read the rest of Susan’s story and the entire issue.         The day after they...
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Excerpt from LANGUAGE by Doug Anderson

This poem appears in our Autumn/Winter 2021 issue. Subscribe today to receive the entire issue or purchase it in digital format. The way the starlings are swirling together, spiraling, then coming back together like a musical chord, is called Za Yin. 杂音 But...