“When I was a child,” Wineberg says, “I imagined life became steadier, more controllable, and smoother as people entered middle-age and beyond. But as I have grown older, experienced my life so far, looked at the world around me, and written these stories, my perspective has changed.”
by George Lubitz
In the spirit of Dylan, this month’s round-up is dedicated to bloomers who have re-imagined the tenets of literature in one way or another.
by Susan Sechrist
“I was interested in exploring how one’s relationship with Judaism can change over time; what’s viewed as a burden can become an asset or even a longing.”
It’s been a while since we’ve posted our bloomers round-up, . . . [t]his month we want to . . . extend our heartfelt congratulations to those among our rolls here at Bloom who’ve been recognized and/or have recently bloomed in new and exciting ways.