Those very special places

Those very special places

by ESRA MAGAZINE

Winners of the ESRA photo contest "Those very special more ...
The tightrope artist

The tightrope artist

by Michele Klein

A literary and historical look at the `Mother-in Law”. more ...
Helping people of Sderot cope with rocket trauma

Helping people of Sderot cope with rocket trauma

by Adele Rubin

Sonya Stern came from Switzerland to Sderot as a volunteer, more ...
Womb for hire – when the choice is surrogacy

Womb for hire – when the choice is surrogacy

by Carol Novis

The story of one couple's longing for a child, finding more ...
Why I bought my daughter a horse

Why I bought my daughter a horse

by Heather Gelb

An inspired decision to buy a horse for their daughter’s more ...
Who do you think you are?

Who do you think you are?

by Josephine Pohatchevsky

Here’s some advice on how to start researching your more ...
1325 and its relevance to women . . .

1325 and its relevance to women . . .

by Dina Raveh

Dina Raveh explains that 1325 is an acronym for the more ...
A Fateful Moment: A Short Story Competition

A Fateful Moment: A Short Story Competition

by ESRA MAGAZINE

Find out all about the new ESRA Literary Competition. more ...
If the cap fits – but first you have to find it

If the cap fits – but first you have to find it

by Geoff Tollman

A story of absent mindedness and a child’s shortfall more ...
Multi-tasking? It’s a singularly bad idea

Multi-tasking? It’s a singularly bad idea

by Leah Houseman

Leah visits with a super multi-tasking friend who discovers more ...
Brought to Slaughter – an agonizing animal atrocity

Brought to Slaughter – an agonizing animal atrocity

by Adina Alexander

The horrors of animal slaughter, demonstrating against more ...
How we envy Asher Susser’s students

How we envy Asher Susser’s students

by Jane Krivine

Imminent Prof Asher Susser addressed his audience on more ...
The wedding

The wedding

by Ilan Shachar

The author discusses Israeli weddings and asks if there more ...
A birth story: finding freedom near the fields of Boaz

A birth story: finding freedom near the fields of Boaz

by Heather Gelb

Would you leave your native country with a family of more ...
Too posh to push or simply too scared?

Too posh to push or simply too scared?

by Deborah Binun

Fear of childbirth because of loss of control and autonomy, more ...
 

CONTRIBUTORS

Zipporah Porath
JANE KLAPPER
Judy Shapiro
Barbara Abraham-Vazana
Brenda Katten
Hertzel Katz
Richelle Shem Tov
Lucille Cohen
Gili Karev
Michele Klein
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