Tiferet: Where Creativity Resides

This week I am a featured blogger at Tiferet, a global community of writers interested in literature, creativity, spirituality and tolerance.  I love posting at Tiferet, because they not only accept previously published work but also encourage members to revise and refine our writing. During the summer, I was inspired to revisit and submit this essay, which originally appeared in my book under the title “Kishkes:”

Where Creativity Resides

Kishkes is a Yiddish—originally Russian—word for guts or intestines. My immigrant grandparents considered kishkes in a sausage-like form to be a delicacy that I never dared to taste … Read More

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