I grew up in a Hebrew-speaking home in New York. For as long as I can remember, I have been fascinated by language, culture, and belief.
My writing has appeared in Gulf Coast, The Wilson Quarterly, Partisan Review, Poets & Writers, and A Public Space.
I have worked as a travel columnist for The International Jerusalem Post and as a poetry columnist for BarnesandNoble.com. I now teach at Columbia College Chicago.
My first book, The Grammar of God, is forthcoming from Spiegel & Grau. It is a book about my experience of reading the Bible in English after an entire life of reading it in Hebrew.