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  • Editorial Office:
    Tikkun
    2342 Shattuck Ave., #1200
    Berkeley, CA 94707
    510-644-1200
    510-644-1255 (fax)
    www.tikkun.org/nextgen

    Editor:
    Michael Lerner

    Editor at Large:
    Peter Gabel

    Managing Editor:
    Alana Yu-lan Price

    Assistant Editor:
    Ashley Bates

    Art Direction and Design:
    Design Action Collective

    Poetry Editor:
    Joshua Weiner

    Assistant Poetry Editor:
    Lindsay Bernal

    Film Critic:
    David Sterritt

    Literary Editor:
    Julian Levinson

    Web Design:
    Derrick Kikuchi
    Craig Wiesner

    Fulfillment:
    Natalie Wollner

    Contributing Editors:
    Gil Anidjar
    Bradley Shavit Artson
    Michael Bader
    David Biale
    Paul Buhle
    Arnold Eisen
    Roger S. Gottlieb
    Josh Healey
    Mark LeVine
    Shaul Magid
    Ruth Messinger
    Ben Naparstek
    Or Rose
    Stephen Zunes

    Interns and Editorial Assistants:

    Editorial:
    Zena Daniela Andreani
    Sam Ross-Brown
    Sarah Stafford
    Mia Sullivan
    Martha Woolverton
    Sandra Yolles

    Web:
    George Altshuler
    Antoinette Siu

    Art:
    Laura Beckman
    Sayaka Merriam
    Natalie Rogers
    Jaclyn Aida Tobia

    Archive:
    David Ehrens
    Christina Honde
    Nancy Kleban
    Sara Roffino
    Siddarth Sehgal

    Editorial and Community Organizing:
    Arienne Calingo
    Cameron Dicker
    Meghan Foley
    Dylan Kaufman
    Melissa Leela
    Nico Syren
    Robert Zeuner

    Editorial Advisory Board:
    Rachel Adler
    Gar Alperovitz
    Aliki Barnstone
    Michael Berenbaum
    Chet Bowers
    Paul Buhle
    Jay Cantor
    Abby Caplin
    David Cohen
    Dan Cohn-Sherbok
    Josephine Donovan
    Elliot Dorff
    Terry Eagleton
    Duane Elgin
    Leslie Epstein
    Sidra Ezrahi
    Lynn Feinerman
    John Felstiner
    Barry Flicker
    Margaret Flowers
    Saul Friedlander
    Nan Fink Gefen
    Laura Geller
    John P. Geyman
    David N. Gibbs
    Erik Gleibermann
    Ann Gleig
    Nancy Glock-Grueneich
    Barbara Goldberg
    Jill Goldberg
    David Gordis
    Jonathan Granoff
    Arthur Green
    Colin Greer
    Mary Grey
    Jamey Hecht
    Burt Jacobson
    John Kelly
    David Kim
    Reuven Kimelman
    Linda Kintz
    Richard La Brecque
    Joann Locascio
    Miriam Maron
    Daniel Matt
    Bob McChesney
    Balmurli Natrajan
    Elliot Neaman
    David Newman
    Greg Palast
    Ilana Pardes
    Alan Michael Parker
    David Pinault
    Robert Pinsky
    Judith Plaskow
    Letty Cottin Pogrebin
    James Ponet
    Aviezer Ravitsky
    Wade Clark Roof
    Douglas Rushkoff
    Michael Sandel
    David Saperstein
    Zalman Schachter-Shalomi
    Richard Schwartz
    Chaim Seidler-Feller
    Gerald Serotta
    Rami Shapiro
    Stanley Sheinbaum
    Richard Silverstein
    Uri Simon
    Starhawk
    Graeme Taylor
    Emily Warn
    Arthur Waskow
    John Welwood
    Miryam Ehrlich Williamson

  • We print articles on social theory, religion/spirituality, social change, contemporary American and global politics and economics, ecology, culture, psychology, and Israel/Palestine. What we look for in such pieces are perspectives that interrogate the politics of their subject matter in ways which both advance the pursuit of tikkun olam—social justice and the repair of the world—and break down issues of contemporary concern in completely new and thoughtful ways. We support a progressive spirituality, but we welcome ideas that challenge established orthodoxies in all spheres of thought and all conceptions of politics, including challenging progressive politics. We also challenge "common sense" and every form of "being realistic" and welcome the most utopian ideas and the uncovering and challenging aspects of thought, culture, or social organization that have convinced people that our world cannot be reconstructed on the basis of love, generosity, nonviolence, social justice, caring for nature, and awe and wonder at the grandeur of the universe.

    While much of our content comes from regular contributors with whom we've had long-standing relationships, we welcome unsolicited poetry and article submissions, which we consider for publication either in Tikkun's print edition or on tikkun.org. Fiction submissions are considered for Web publication only. To submit complete drafts (no pitches), please use our online submissions system.

    Click on the links below for submission guidelines and instructions.

    Articles

    Art

    Fiction

    Poetry

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  • Description

    Named after the Jewish concept of mending and transforming a fragmented world, the magazine Tikkun offers analysis and commentary that strive to bridge the cultural divide between religious and secular progressives. By bringing together voices from many disparate religious and secular humanist communities to talk about social transformation, political change, and the evolution of our religious traditions, Tikkun creates space for the emergence of a religious Left to respond to the influence of the religious Right and the distortions of global capitalism, while simultaneously critiquing reductionist views that sometimes prevail in liberal and progressive circles. The magazine, which began as a progressive Jewish publication, provides intellectually rigorous, psychologically sophisticated, and unconventional critiques of politics, spirituality, social theory, and culture and is known for its coverage of the Israel/Palestine conflict, social justice issues, and the environment.

    Abstractors and Indexers:

    Indexed/abstracted in the following: Jewish Index to Periodicals and Magazines for Libraries.

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