Kirkus Reviews: Salt & Honey

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Salt and Honey: Jewish Teens on Feminism, Creativity, and Tradition, our debut anthology, was reviewed in Kirkus.

Contributors include Jews who are Black and Asian, Sephardic and Ashkenazi, and who reflect diversity in gender identity, sexuality, and ability. The young artists and writers featured here bring an appetite for life as well as the teeth necessary to enjoy the meal.

Raw, vibrant, and full of love.

Read the full review here. 

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