I’m fascinated by all creative ways writers and artists are using poetry now. Folks are making jewelry, clothing and fabric art, cards and paper art, painting, photographs, and more. I love bringing poetry off the page and into the material world of our daily lives.
A good friend just moved away from Philly, and a group got together to give her a set of Shabbat necessities so their communal shabbos dinners would go with her. They ordered a custom-engraved wood challah tray with a piece of liturgy I created for Fringes: a feminist, non-zionist havurah.
Look how beautiful!
Such a lovely gift.