Kelsey Liebenson-Morse is a writer and teacher living in New York.
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Holiday Cooking With My Mom Who Can’t Cook

Mom and daughter, both vegetarians, try to cook a brisket for the holidays—hilarity and spiritual connections ensue

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Dressing Modestly Without Feeling Guilty

If I am, by nature, a modest dresser, what’s my issue with dressing for my job at yeshiva? Why does it feel so restrictive?

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My Conversion Conundrum

When a friend questioned my journey, I started thinking about just what the process of becoming Jewish means

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A Queer Jewish Author Takes on Austen

Today on Jewcy: Dov Zeller presents, ‘The Right Thing To Do At The Time’

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Learning About Judaism from My Yeshiva Students

What’s parah adumah? And how to correctly pronounce mincha? I had no idea before I took on a job as a teacher.

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Sitting Shiva at the Home Depot

Ours was never the traditional Jewish family. When my father passed away, a strange new question arose: How does one mourn?

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‘Ruth’s’: Giving Anne Frank Another Life

Today on Jewcy: One actor imagines— what if Anne Frank was your grandmother?

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What I Learned Celebrating My First Ever Tu B’Shevat

A holiday about renewal is a good fit for someone taking an introduction to Judaism class

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‘Tzadeikis’: An Intimate and Fantastical Look at the Hasidic World

Today on Jewcy: A secular artist directs a Hasidic, Yiddish film.

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A Conversation With Selfhelp, a Non-Profit Dedicated to Helping Holocaust Survivors

In honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day: Remembering and serving the 43,000 survivors living in the New York area

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‘NOT THE ONE: A Love Story’

Today on Jewcy: A Jewish performer’s one-woman show explores sexuality, polyamory, and more.

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