Chanel Dubofsky is the creator and editor of the Marriage Project. She has written for publications including Cosmopolitan, RH Reality Check, the Jewish Daily Forward, The Billfold, and Role/Reboot, and has worked for Pursue-Action for a Just World, Hillel, and the American Jewish World Service. She is currently an MFA candidate at Vermont College of Fine Arts. She lives in Brooklyn and tweets @chaneldubofsky.
Arts and Culture
A conversation between Sarah Seltzer and Chanel Dubofsky launching ZEEK’s Summer Fiction series.
Faith and Practice
This is the last sentence of my horoscope for the week of April 3, 2014:
“You need to be free of the past, free of fearful influences, and free of the self you’re in the process of outgrowing.”
I’m thinking about this sentence as many around me observe Passover, as I opt out of it for the second year in a row, doing a thing that feels razor-sharp-right for me, and also confusing and dangerous. (More than one thing can be true at a time; let’s remember this always.)
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