Ben Pincus, poet, social worker and Jewish father, works and lives in Rockland County, New York with his wife, many children of all ages, and no pets. He received his MFA in Creative Writing from Bowling Green State University. His work has previously appeared in PresenTense, The Jewish Angle, the Journal of Jewish Studies, and Willows Wept Review.
We're happy to bring a little change of pace to the Kveller blog today with some poetry. And not only is it poetry, but it's poetry from a
, who, as the writer pointed out to us, are just as…good at kvelling as moms. The following two poems by Ben Pincus are from a collection called Other Voices, Drowning. Education It’s like the moon, she said, reflecting three-year-old wisdom as I handed her the first snowball of winter, so precious she carried it with her everywhere, trailing dirty puddles on the floor. She is… >> Read More