In the next essay in the anthology, Lucy Biederman explores recent dialogue and debate in Jewish American literature and champions a movement.
“New Female Poets Writing Jewishly”
...when criticism of Jewish American poetry is impelled toward questions, definitions, and the work of establishing legitimacy or explanation for why Jewish American poetry can or should be studied, perhaps this stands in the way of reading Jewish American poetry as such. Alicia Ostriker has noted that the term “Jewish Literature” tends to exclude Jewish poetry (2009, 148). However, reading new female poets like Arielle Greenberg and Sabrina Orah Mark in a Jewish American context can potentially allow for deeper, broader, or clearer readings.