Julie Zuckerman

Julie Zuckerman

Julie Zuckerman‘s debut novel-in-stories, The Book of Jeremiah, was the runner up for the 2018 Press 53 Award for Short Fiction and was published in May 2019. Her writing has appeared in CRAFT, Tikkun Magazine, Crab Orchard Review, Salt Hill, The SFWP Quarterly, and Sixfold, among others. She is a graduate of Barnard College and Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs. A native of Connecticut, she now lives in Israel with her husband and four children and works full time at a high-tech company. When she’s not writing, she can be found reading, running, biking, birdwatching, baking, or trying to grow things in her garden. Find her on Twitter, on Facebook, or at www.juliezuckerman.com.  

Blog Posts

Two black-and-white photos of girls

Czarna, Reimagined

Julie Zuckerman

A previous essay for JWA leads Julie Zuckerman to a long-lost relative and opens a door to her family’s past.

Torah with nature frame

Lessons from Our Backyard Bat Mitzvah

Julie Zuckerman

For one family, a backyard bat mitzvah during the pandemic brought fruitful lessons.

Victory Garden Poster, 1941-45 (crop)

Seeds of Sustenance: Pandemic Victory Gardens

Julie Zuckerman

Like during World War I and II, many of us have turned to gardening for comfort and control during the pandemic.

Topics: Food, World War II
Joseph Kleinhandler

For Czarna

Julie Zuckerman

Author Julie Zuckerman memorializes the family she lost during the Holocaust in a letter to her aunt.


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Jewish Women's Archive. "Julie Zuckerman." (Viewed on May 24, 2024) <http://jwa.org/blog/author/zuckerman-julie>.