The Blue Jew Yorker was an on-line journal. A once assembly of art and writing by Jewish and non-Jewish artists and authors. A virtual periodical that held images and text, both
singular to the creator’s free expression, and in totality, an aggregate of creativity that
vivified the elusive cultural space of Jew York. This anarchy of exilarchs in speech is past and has been deposited in an appropriate chronological container. An old location gloriously reproduces as a new foundation!
The Blue Jew Yorker is still pretty much that, except now the dividing will of its Jewish signifier has been emptied of its tribal contents but still vigorously remains within the boundaries of its three letter form: J E W. This novel adjectival vessel draws in and extrapolates the historical spectre of the idealized and devalued wanderer, while portending to be nothing more than an urban description of the color blue with multiple rural exceptions.
In this new way, TBJY displays one creative work on its home page for a period of a few weeks and then after that, another. Each work is designated as an issue of the magazine, and is reverently archived when its spotlight moment is done.
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