Liz Rose Shulman is a writer and teacher living in Chicago.
Waiting for a turn at adulthood at a Holiday Inn in Skokie
I played for the evangelical Christians in Jerusalem, but the angels sang for me
How the day neo-Nazis marched in America—and Anne Frank—made my Israel
Campus Week: ‘I didn’t think about the future but I knew he wouldn’t be a part of it.’
A philatelist passes on his little square markers of love and loss to his daughter
Like a vampire, I fit nowhere in Israel but inside the real and made-up stories of lovers and others. Fifty years after the end of the Six-Day War, a look back at the monsters and myths of youth.
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