Every year I look forward to reading submissions to the Moment Magazine-Karma Foundation Short Fiction Contest.
The Jewish past and future demand both a homeland and a diaspora, and it is our ongoing responsibility to find a balance between them.
Everyone remembers the first time they encountered religious, ethnic or racial hatred.
The story of Hanukkah, the annual festival of Maccabean might and miracles, doesn’t talk much about women, although two are occasionally associated with the holiday.
Shortly before Elie Wiesel, one of Moment’s two cofounders, died in 2016, I had an appointment to visit him in New York.
2021 has turned out to be another unpredictable year. As wave after wave of news stories reporting death and mayhem rolled over us, I found myself thinking about the Enlightenment.
Believe it or not, I grew up in a Jewish family that didn’t tell jokes.