Friday, August 14, 2020
Prey by Aidyn Levin

Prey

An exploration in contrasts between life and death, human and animal, blue and red, wild and tame.
No More Goodbyes by Cara Marantz

No More Goodbyes

"We say, 'not one more,' but then one more happens. People ask what they can do. You can vote. You can protest."
Me, Myself, and I by Noa Kalfus

Me, Myself, and I

“I am a multifaceted and complex individual.”

Wit’s End

A contrast in beginnings and endings.
Free Woman by Molly Voit

Free Woman

Artist Molly Voit celebrates hope, happiness, and self-esteem.
In the Clouds by Tali Feen

In the Clouds

"The idea of abstractivity."
Hadassah Magazine May/June 2020 cover

jGirls Magazine Collaborations

jGirls Magazine is proud to collaborate with an array of partners to bring the voices of diverse girls and women beyond our core demographic. Please join us as we share, learn from one another, and lift each other up.

Our first collaboration is a joint project between Hadassah Magazine and jGirls Magazine. Six mother-daughter pairs were asked to answer questions—developed by jGirls editors—as an opportunity to tell their stories to one another.

Me, Myself, and I by Noa Kalfus

Me, Myself, and I

“I am a multifaceted and complex individual.”
Mountains with sunset - Aliza Abusch-Magder - jGirls Magazine

Smoke

My Cape Cod by Leslie Marsh – Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

My Cape Cod

Nile River - Rod Waddington - jGirls Magazine

Batya & Miriam

No Name by Rebecca Norman – Photo by Seth Sawyers

No Name

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Prey by Aidyn Levin

Prey

Me, Myself, and I by Noa Kalfus

Me, Myself, and I

Wit’s End

Free Woman by Molly Voit

Free Woman

In the Clouds by Tali Feen

In the Clouds

Untitled by Alma Kastan

Untitled

The Woods by Eliana Shapere

The Woods

Behind Bars

Split by Sarah Solon

Split

Picked by Tali Afrah

Picked

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Share Your Voice and Vision!

jGirls Magazine accepts submissions on an ongoing basis from from self-identifying Jewish teenage girls ages 13-19. We accept submissions on any subject of interest to you.

We also pose “theme” questions that our editors and friends are talking about, and we invite you to join the conversation by submitting works on those topics, too.

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