The following authors' work appears in Living Jewishly: A Snapshot of a Generation:

I Am Jewish
By Andrew Lustig

Are We Moving Beyond Denominational Borders?
By Rabbi Jason A. Miller

Stark Naked or Fully Dressed — We’re All The Same
By Melissa Scholten-Gutierrez

The Plan
By Sharna Marcus

Shomer Negiah in the City
By Matthue Roth

Converted to Reform
By Rabbi Julie Pelc Adler

Anatomy of an Activist
By David Levy

Hebrew — a Love/Hate Relationship
By LynleyShimat Lys

Does Being a Jewish Young Professional Today Mean Never Measuring Up?
By Ezra Shanken

Card Carrying Member
By Abby Sher

My Jewish Journey: How Being Catholic Helped Make Me Jewish
By Brian M. Judd

By Elke Reva Sudin

Not Your Grandfather’s Minyan (Although He Might Be There Too)
By Jeremy Lite

The Beginner
By Tamara Mann


34 Is the New “Tween”
By Caren Friedman

A Faithful Decision
By Sarah Malakoff

Food Fights
By Becca Tanen

To Be a Jew in the World
By Stacey Ballis

Why the Heck I Became a Rabbi
By Rabbi Taron Tachman

By Tera “Nova Jade* Greene

Surviving Mikvah 101
By Rachel Friedman

Ingesting Judaism
By Jessica Kirzane

My Grandfather’s Boxes
By Dan Gordon

How Do You Define Me?
By Farrah Fidler

The Best Kept Secret in Jewish Marriage
By Nina Badzin  

Unplugging Expectations
By Donald C. Cutler

The Rumors of Her Death
By Libby Ellis Lowe

Who Is a Jew?: Exploring My Non-Kosher Judaism
By Rachel Cort

Am I a Jew-a-Saur?
By Paul Wieder


Without Knowing I Had Ever Been Lost
By Eva Tuschman

Conversion of Comfort
By Rachel Wright

We Live in Loving Memories
By Inbal Freund

Feeding My Jewish Soul
By Kate Bigam

A New Kind of Jewish Geography
By Perry Teicher

Nosh, Davin, Kvell or Eat, Pray, Love the West Side Way
By Angela Himsel

The Godfather
By Alyssa Latala

Summer Days, Summer Nights
By Galit Breen

Live, Love, Learn . . . But in What Order?
By Blair Chavis

My (Jewish-Interfaith-Lesbian) Wedding
By Chai Wolfman  

Hebrew Names. Or, Dreaming of Vardit
By Vicki Boykis

Can You Date Me Now? Good
By Matt Lash

The Intellectual Giver
By Emily Keeler

Sorry I Don’t Touch Men: True Confessions of a Celibate Dater
By Marcy Rivka Nehorai