I wrote an essay for
New York Magazine’s The Cut
all about loving sex with my wife after we had a baby. Life is good.
Read “I Never Enjoyed Sex Until I Took It Less Seriously: When my wife and I had a baby, all my planning fell apart — and I finally learned to be spontaneous.”
Passports and wallet with dollars, euro and credit card on a map background. Travel concept.
“Never Eastern Europe. Never Poland. We had enough roots in places where the family tree was still flourishing.”–My first piece for
TribeHerald (A new mag of multicultural media and local experiences that celebrate the Jewish community and our allies in all our diversity). Read “Why My Black, Jewish Family Won’t Visit Europe” here.
Cardi B saved the world again! And I wrote about it for
Tablet— here. (Our kiddos were born on the same day!)
The toughest moments in life often cause the greatest growth. I wouldn’t be the husband or father I am today if I didn’t survive my breakdown and put in the work.
Here‘s my latest for The Washington Post:
Tablet published my ode to one of my favorite artists.
Steve Ditko, a loner and a genius, died last month at 90. His spirit played a big part in guiding me back to religion. Check it out here
The Washington Post Solo-ish published my essay “When my girlfriend was groped right in front of me, I didn’t believe her.” Check it out here
The Lily picked up my piece! Check it out here
Update August 2018: This essay was republished in
The Byline Bible by Susan Shapiro. Purchase you copy here.