Eric Moss gives us a glimpse of life in Israel. Business was done with his lawyer while they visited their respective parents in a retirement home; contacting the lawyer by mobile phone to hear loud bangs and was told by the lawyer that he was on reserve duty; visiting a specialist who was an Arab, he wondered how the orthodox Jewish woman in the waiting room would get on with him.More...
Family legends have the propensity to become myths, taking on a life of their own, becoming more colorful or more heroic over time. Eric Moss describes one such event that attained this status in his family in Daniel and the Knapsack: A Family Legend, and the subsequent story it inspired.More...
Eric Moss, 3rd Prize Winner of ESRA Magazine Literary Competition, unfolds his personal story of how his adopted daughter expressed her wish to meet her biological parents before her wedding day. “Convoy to Sderot,” recounts his family’s journey as they travelled together to that highly emotional meeting and the subsequent celebration of the event.More...
Every Thursday two friends, who are very different in character, meet in a Tel Aviv coffee house. They chat, they argue, they discuss Israel’s security situation, women. This week when they part, the one follows a prostitute, the other is drawn by the well-known tunes played by a Russian violinist collecting coins.More...
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