The Deronda Review: Traversing new frontiers in Jewish poetry Sasson catches up with Esther Cameron, the editor-in-chief of The Deronda Review journal for poetry and thought, with a decidedly Jewish twist. What is the Deronda Review and how did it get its name? The Deronda Review is a literary magazine, mainly poetry though we print […]
I come to the hill overlooking that place, and bite my lips
Her dry face I saw on a Byzantine icon.
All hail the Sabbath Queen!
Stopping in my Room on a Hectic Evening Whose kids these are I think I know. I do not want to see them, though; They won’t catch me escaping here If I’m quiet when I go. You readers all must think it queer To hide from my own kids in fear Sneaking a bite […]
Dating in the electronic age: A Poem by R. Levy
Esther Cameron takes a nuanced look at whether it’s a good – or bad – thing for women’s faces to be appearing in more places in the orthodox Jewish world.
So why are we on the internet, anyway? Everyone knows that the Internet has been at best a mixed blessing. It is hard to imagine that any of the benefits it has brought could make up for the damage it has caused by placing so many temptations one click away in the absence of social […]
The Internet is very draining. So many voices far and near. Arguing, coming on, complaining!
Custom finery or off-the-rack?
If it bears G-d’s label,