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The Modern Golem

In a new graphic column, Judah Loew and his famous homemade creature time-travel to the wilds of New York City, circa 2012

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The Rabbi would write or say G-d.

this is lovely. i hope judah lowe finds golem in the stacks somewhere, reading graphic novels. thank you liana. kol ha kavod!

Malachi says:

Thanks for the memories. Once upon a fall I wandered the streets of Josefov. The rabbi is there but I never came across the golum. Nice deli, the museum of decorative arts, but the only men of clay were around the Rudolphium, by the river and always looking for a fix.

Eliraz says:

What a great new feature. Finck always delights. Poor Golem, where are you in this big, big city?

Liana, You’ve opened my eyes to the joyous possibilities of graphic novels/poetry — todah rabah!!

As a librarian, I want to thank you for your positive and realist portrayal of the librarian, and the glorious NYPL.

As a librarian, I want to thank you for the sympathetic portrayal of the librarian and the glorious NYPL.

fantastic
welcome back Mitzi

Shua Frazer says:

This is fantastic! Can’t wait to see what happens next!

oh, thanks for the lovely comments, everyone. malachi, eliraz, so glad to hear from you again. malachi: how are your wife and current pets(?). beth: it must be so nice to work in a library.

eli: do you think the rabbi’s silent o is comparable to the golem’s silence? i do

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The Modern Golem

In a new graphic column, Judah Loew and his famous homemade creature time-travel to the wilds of New York City, circa 2012