July 26, 2013 by

Summer 2013

In this issue: New ways to manage the expectations–and expenses–confronting Jewish mothers in the “lean in” era. After three generations tried to keep it a secret, a family’s Jewishness creeps out. Poet Laureate Maxine Kumin celebrates her Confederate great-grandfather. The kinesthetics of feminist prayer.  And, in this special fiction issue, the haiku as revenge, an angel on the balcony, and how to hate your hair.