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Emily Kesselman (transcription)

Emily Kesselman (transcription)

Emily Kesselman (pen name, Emily K) is a cartoonist and illustrator based in Philadelphia, PA, whose work puts a spotlight on marginalized communities, courageous (often unsung) historical figures, and nerdy pop culture. Projects include webcomics “sad/funny/true” and “places you find cats,” as well as contributions to the anthologies “Dirty Diamonds” and “Votes For Women: The Battle for the 19th Amendment.” In addition to updating her online comics, Emily continues working on her original Jewish fantasy graphic novel, “The Gathering of Sparks.”

Line and letter art, by Emily K

Contributed on: 17 Jul 2014 by Emily Kesselman (transcription) |

Some Jewish line art to aid in illustrating your siddur or other liturgy-related work. . . .

Υγρομαντεια | The Hygromancy of Solomon (ca. 5th c. CE)

Contributed on: 19 Jul 2020 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Emily Kesselman (transcription) | Pablo A. Torijano (translation) | Unknown Author(s) |

A guide to the activities one might engage upon in every hour of the week corresponding with their ruling planet, numinous and cthonic power. . . .

תְּחִנָה זאָגט מען װען מען בּײַסט אָפּ דעם פִּטוּם פוּן דעם אֶתְרוֹג | Tkhine for when biting the pitom from the etrog (Siddur Ḳorban Minḥah, 1897)

Contributed on: 04 Sep 2019 by Emily Kesselman (transcription) | Baruch Jean Thaler (translation) | Unknown Author(s) |

A tkhine for when biting the pitom from the etrog . . .

בסיעתא דארעא