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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.”

http://www.emilyk.art

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 . . .



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