Tuesday, January 28, 2020
Bat Mitzvah by Alexa Druyanoff

Bat Mitzvah

A girl enjoying her Bat Mitzvah as seen through the eyes of a painter
My Cape Cod by Leslie Marsh – Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

My Cape Cod

The palpable memories depicted in this piece will have you feeling and re-living the author's times at Cape Cod


It's been three years since the first Women's March, and we are still fighting...
Cyclical Life by Nourya Cohen - Photo by Alex Garrow

A Cyclical Life

A life tormented by addiction and abuse becomes a never-ending nightmare she hopes to wake up from...
In the Wind by Elise Anstey

In the Wind

Photographer Elise Anstey captures the movement of nature.
A Battle With My Mind by Sophie Stein - Photo by Aidyn Levin

A Battle With My Mind

What is it like to live with an anxiety disorder?

Dear Grandma

When a loved one passes on, precious moments of prayer can become deeper in meaning and significance.
Ocean Obliteration by Arielle Goldman - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

Ocean Obliteration

"Have we forgotten the little control we have?"
The Rocky Record by Elena Eisenstadt

The Rocky Record

A photographic exploration that invites you to imagine what each person is climbing for: a beginning, an ending, or both.
"Expect Delays - a photo by Aliza Abusch-Magder"

Expect Delays

"The airport has a strange quality past 9 p.m., like a Salvador Dali painting..."
My Brother by Sarit Scher - Photo by Gali Davar

My Brother

"Coast - a photo by Charlotte Daniels"


Friends Sunset - Aliza Abusch-Magder - jGirls Magazine

Small Moments

Ignition - Sasha Hochman

With Love

A Jew in a Fantasy Book by Abigael Good - Photo by Jade Lowe

A Jew in a Fantasy Book


Bat Mitzvah by Alexa Druyanoff

Bat Mitzvah


In the Wind by Elise Anstey

In the Wind

New Hampshire by Lyla Waitman

New Hampshire

Vegetable Face by Abigail Aronson

Vegetable Face

Good At Heart

Rise Up


Pretty Hurts by Elise Anstey

Pretty Hurts

Or Torah by Aidyn Levin

Or Torah

Eve by Tesaneyah Dan


A Gift by Rachel Kaufman

A Gift

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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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