Alana Joblin Ain is a writer, a rabbi’s wife, a mother and a holder of several other titles.  She earned her B.A. at Oberlin College, studying English and Religion.  Alana has an MFA in poetry from Hunter College, where she has also taught undergraduate literature and creative writing. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, Dossier, Quarterly West, Crab Orchard Review, and RealPoetik. She lives with her husband, Rabbi Dan Ain, and their daughter in Brooklyn, NY.


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  1. Hi Alan I am glad to find out bout your blog and I liked seeing your photos!

    I am coming to the States fora few reasons (for three months all togetehr) and will be in NYC for the month of November. Staying on west 88th street,

    Laurie Phillips ‘s synagogue haired me to be an “artist in residence” for the week of Nov 9th – 15th there will be several events including a presentation on the 11th and a hands on workshop on Sunday the 15th….

    where in park slope are you? (I lived there decades ago when my kids were little. just to give you an idea of how long ago, we had an 8 room apartment for $100 a month.

    be well!

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