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Lilith (magazine)

Lilith
Lilith magazine , Spring 2008
Editor Susan Weidman Schneider
Categories Feminism, Judaism
Frequency Quarterly
First issue 1976
Company Lilith Publications
Country  United States
Based in New York, NY
Language English
Website www.lilith.org
ISSN 0146-2334

Lilith magazine is an independent, Jewish-American, feminist non-profit publication that has been issued quarterly since 1976. The magazine features award-winning[1] investigative reports, first-person accounts both contemporary and historical, entertainment reviews, fiction and poetry, art and photography.[2] Topics include everything from rabbinic sexual misconduct, to new rituals and celebrations, to deconstructing the JAP stereotype, to understanding the Jewish stake in abortion rights.

History

Susan Weidman Schneider has been Lilith′s editor in chief since 1976.[3] She is the author of the books Jewish and Female and Intermarriage: The Challenge of Living with Differences between Christians and Jews, and co-author of Head and Heart, about money in the lives of women. Writers, editors and contributors to Lilith include Cynthia Ozick, Grace Paley, Letty Cottin Pogrebin, Nessa Rapoport, Blu Greenberg, Allegra Goodman, Myla Goldberg, Rabbi Susan Schnur (Lilith's senior editor), Dara Horn, Jennifer Baumgartner, Marge Piercy (Lilith's poetry editor), Sarah Blustain, Leela Corman, Liana Finck, Danya Ruttenberg, Shira Spector, Rachel Kadish, Anat Litwin, Ilana Stanger-Ross, Leslea Newman, Yona Zeldis McDonough (Lilith′s fiction editor), and more. Lilith has also published the work of visual artists, including Judy Chicago, Miriam Schapiro, Joan Roth (Lilith′s photographer), Maira Kalman, Roz Chast, and Eva Hesse.

Notes

  1. ^ http://www.ajpa.org/rockowerawards2009.php
  2. ^ http://www.lilith.org/about.htm
  3. ^ http://www.jwa.org/encyclopedia/article/schneider-susan-weidman

External links

  • Official website
  • Official blog
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