a-bride-for-one-nightA Bride for One Night: Talmud Tales

Ruth Calderon has electrified the Jewish world with her teachings of Talmudic texts. In this volume, her first to appear in English, she offers a fascinating window into some of the liveliest and most colorful stories in the Talmud.

Yearning to Return: Reflections on Yom Kippur

With refreshing, thought-provoking insights, Rabbanit Yemima Mizrachi shares fifty reflections, each about several pages long, that convey uplifting messages to inspire the reader through the Day of Atonement.

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The Sages, Vol.II: From Yavne to the Bar Kokhba Revolt

The Sages, Vol.III: The Galilean Period

The Sages, Volume IV: From the Mishna to the Talmud

This multi-volume series by Rabbi Dr. Binyamin Lau offers fresh perspectives on the individual characters of the sages, the historical contexts in which they lived, and the creativity they brought to the pursuit of Jewish wisdom. Volume II covers the period from Yavne to the Bar Kokhba Revolt.  Volume III picks up after the Bar Kokhba Revolt and continues through Rabbi Yehuda HaNasi. Volume IV, the last volume in the series, covers the completion of the Mishna and the creation of the Talmud.

“And Your Camp Shall Be Holy: The Case of the Takana Forum”

An essay by Yedidya Z. Stern, published in Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought.

“That Dad With the White Socks”

An excerpt from Year of the Fox by Ruth Efroni, published in Lilith Magazine.

“Made Flesh”

A short story by Israeli literary critic Alit Karp, published in World Literature Today.

“Flash Flood”

A short story by Hila Amit, published in Lilith Magazine.

“The Princess Cake”

A short story by Israeli literary critic Alit Karp, published in Asymptote Journal.

“Mrs. Akiva Speaks”

An excerpt from Akiva’s Orchard by Yochi Brandes, published in Lilith Magazine.

“The Locked Garden”

An excerpt from The Locked Garden by Galit Dahan Carlibach, published in Lilith Magazine.


When the World Became White, by Dalia Betolin-Sherman

Moses’ Last Address, by Micah Goodman