Read Tamar's Non-Fiction Writing
Discovering Suriname's Jewish Past--and Present, The Washington Post
Choosing to be a Foster Mom, in Lilith Magazine
Low-Touch Parenting, in Lilith Magazine
When Your Work Crowds Out Your Actual Life, in Lilith Magazine
Traveling Through Time, The Jerusalem Post
Pay to Pray, Tablet
Of the Books, Tablet
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The Best Time I Thought I Saw Michael Jordan, The Hairpin
Buy No Baths at Camp
It's bath time at Max's house, and he's cranky about it. He grumbles that he'd rather be back at summer camp, because "there are no baths at camp!" His mom is skeptical, so Max narrates a week of activities. From rock climbing to art class, marshmallow roasting to canoeing, there is plenty of messy fun, but no nightly bath. The week's only shower comes in preparation for Shabbat, as the children first clean up the camp and then scrub themselves in preparation for a day of resting, singing, and stories.
Fiction at Jewrotica
Three of Tamar's stories have been published on Jewrotica. Real Israelis tells the story of a seminary girl in Jerusalem falling for an Arab-Israeli cab driver. Just One Kid centers on two sisters, one struggling with infertility while the other enjoys her newborn son. Permanent explores the life of a woman who left her religious upbringing to become a tattoo artist.