By Susan C. Richard
Personal narrative about a gay woman’s interfaith hetero- and homo-sexual relationships, and her journey back to Judaism.
By Debra B. Darvick
Reprinted personal narrative about a woman who converted to Judaism to marry her husband, and after their divorce found that it had actually become her own.
By Jeri Zeder
Personal narrative about embarrassing little mistakes and faux pas that interfaith families may make and go through.
By Jim Keen
Personal narrative from an intermarried Protestant man about how important it is that he and his wife include their extended families in family events.
By Ronnie Friedland
Review of the documentary My Architect, directed by Nathaniel Kahn about his late father, the architect Louis Kahn.
By Bonni Goldberg
Personal narrative in which intermarried woman describes her three weddings: one before a judge, with no guests, one with her family, and one with their friends.
By Judith Bolton-Fasman
Profile of Rebecca Walker, daughter or Alice Walker and Mel Leventhal, and author of her new memoir Black White and Jewish: Autobiography of a Shifting Self.
By Joyce Schwartz
Personal narrative in which Jew-by-choice mourned Jewishly for her Catholic father and her Jewish husband gave a eulogy at the Catholic service.
By Andi Rosenthal
Personal narrative about how a Jew-by-choice found a feeling of family and community among other Jews-by-choice when her Jewish-by-birth boyfriend avoided synagogue life.
By Jane Telluride
Personal narrative from a Christian intermarried woman who was frustrated the Jewish holidays were observed with greater deference than Christian ones in their home, and decided to change that.