Selected Publications

The Return. Inyan Magazine/Hamodia. January 6, 2016. Short story: historical fiction set during Zerubavel’s return to Eretz Yisrael from Bavel.

To Fight and to Live. Inyan Magazine/Hamodia. Two installments: November 25th and December 2nd 2015. Short story: historical fiction set in the times of Chanuka.

Changing Course. Inyan Magazine/Hamodia. September 9, 2015. Short story: historical fiction set in the times of the second Beis Hamikdash.

7 Times Every 19 Years: The Leap Year of 5776. Jewish Home LA. September 10, 2015.

The Secret Ingredient. Inyan Magazine/Hamodia. July 22, 2015. Short story: historical fiction set in the times of the second Beis Hamikdash.

The Dead Sea Scrolls in Los Angeles. Jewish Home LA. May 21, 2015.

True Gift. Inyan Magazine/Hamodia. May 20, 2015. Short story: historical fiction set in the times of the second Beis Hamikdash.

Building Bridges: Chief Rabbi David Lau visits the southern California Jewish Community. Jewish Home LA. January 15, 2015.

Simcha Shabbaton: Bringing the Light of Torah to Russian-Speaking Jews. Jewish Home LA. December 4, 2014.

OU West Coast Convention: Bringing Light to a Darkened World . Jewish Home LA. December 18, 2014.

Fanning the Holy Flame. Inyan Magazine/Hamodia. September 17, 2014. Short story: historical fiction set in the times of the second Beis Hamikdash.

Living and Learning. Binah Magazine. September 1, 2014. Close Ups.

A Detailed Walk through the Beis Hamikdash. Jewish Home LA. July 24, 2014.

A Forest is a Dangerous Place. Short story in anthology Onions Always Make Me Cry and Other Stories for Teenage Girls. Israel Book Shop, 2011.

A Matter of Privacy. Shoshanim — A magazine for Jewish teenage girls. February 2005. Short story.

The Bus Rider. Shoshanim — A magazine for Jewish teenage girls. June 2004. Short story.

Quiet Heros: Orthodox Mental Health Professionals in Los Angeles. Jewish Home LA. May 15, 2014.

Homeschooling — The Wave of the Future. Jewish Home LA. April 30, 2014.

Genuine Connection. Jewish Press. March 7, 2014. Short story.

 

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