Giveth and Taketh by Rota
Was Donald Trump able to become President because God abandoned us? Are Jews white? Does Hell have better weather than Heaven?
In Giveth and Taketh, Rota addresses all of these questions, discussing his own experience and political theology as a Jewish person in the Trump-era while also exploring broader issues of race, mental health and grief.
Rota is a poet and public interest lawyer living in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
His work has been featured by Button Poetry, Entropy!, FreezeRay Poetry, Alternating Current (February 2020), Jet Fuel Review, and elsewhere. He is a proud member of the MMPR collective and the Assistant Executive Editor of Knights’ Library Magazine.
By day, he supervises law students who provide free legal services to veterans. You can’t miss him. He’s the tallest Jew for miles.
Twitter handle: @TheMCRota
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