Gordon Haber writes about religion and culture. His short story collection, Uggs for Gaza, is available from Dutch Kills Press. He does not live in Brooklyn.
Recent Posts by Gordon
It occurred to me that one is always imagining how one could live in Auschwitz. But almost everyone died in Auschwitz.
The niece is the only child he knows.
Or, The Summer I Realized That The Grateful Dead Sucks
…immediately following the 2016 Presidential election.
Why we should be afraid of the vision David Barton–and Kirk Cameron–hold for America. Somewhat afraid.
A father assuages his post-circumcision conscience.
Noahidism is a religion for everyone and no one.
Why is it so hard to face up to one’s astrological nature?
Testing the limits of tolerance on a psychic’s new book.
The trials—and occasional licentiousness—of a reluctant prophet.
Someone might be tinkering with God’s voting machine.
An unlikely pilgrim to Poland sees more, and less, than he’d hoped.