An essay I wrote about Jewish responses to Trump’s COVID diagnosis was published today at Alma. Check it out.
Author Archives: Adam
5781 Tashlich Source Sheet
I created this source sheet for tashlich. I hope it creates space for reflection and meaningful contemplation:
New work published at New Voices
My essay about the summers I spent working at camp was published today by New Voices
Essay published at The Forward
This essay, addressed to my former campers, ran today in the The Forward, about summer camps cancelling the 2020 season due to COVID-19.
Note: Thoughts on Parkland (and Pittsburgh)
Then came Pittsburgh and over the past few days I’ve kept expecting myself to feel something strongly like pain or anger or grief. But instead what I feel most powerfully is resignation–mixed with a sort of Jewish inevitability that feels like I’m being presented with corroborating evidence–and I fear that I am growing cynical. This essay was written eight months ago, and I’m sharing it now before the time comes when I return to it after another mass shooting somewhere in the public square of America and I am so worn down that it makes me feel nothing at all.