This short-fiction anthology includes entertaining tales that are rich in atmosphere and psychological depth.
If you’re thinking about homeschooling, you need to know the pros and cons before you commit.
High school students in 1960 get a crash course in kindness and friendship.
An old woman recalls the painful lessons of her childhood and the loss of her husband.
This story is my re-telling of one of the Greek Dionysus myths. It takes place in a small town in the American south, sometime in the early to mid-1900s.
What was so bad about the Canaanites? Child sacrifice, for starters, along with other atrocities. This speech was delivered at Kehillat Ma’arav Synagogue in Santa Monica on July 30, 2011
An article that originally appeared on Jewcy.com's Faithhacker. It describes my unlikely journey from Catholicism to Randian Objectivism to Judaism.
A young girl must learn to cope with her ailing grandmother. She learns about life . . . and death. This story was published in the August 2004 issue of Grit.
I had a discussion with a friend about the recent proposals to allow individuals to divert part of their Social Security taxes into private investments. "The problem is that most people, including me, don't know much about financial planning," said my friend, echoing one of the oft-heard arguments … more