About Yael Goldstein

Yael Goldstein Love was born in 1978 and raised in Highland Park, New Jersey. She graduated from Harvard in 2000 with a degree in philosophy. Her first fiction publication was the short story "When Skeptics Die", which appeared in the March, 2004 issue of Commentary. Since then, her fiction and essays have appeared in many national and international magazines, journals, and anthologies. She is the author of the novels Overture (Doubleday, 2007) and The Passion of Tasha Darsky (Broadway, 2008), which are actually the same novel.  To make sense of this, you can visit her website at www.yaelgoldsteinlove.com. She lives in Cambridge, MA.

Nakadika Shiksa

By June 30, 2008

“Oh, and wear something bordering on appropriate,” my mother says into the phone, an hour before my cousin’s wedding. “Hrmm,” I say noncommittally, reaching deep into my closet for an item that to the untrained eye might appear an elaborate … Read More