David A.M. Wilensky is the Assistant Editor of J. the Jewish news weekly of Northern California and a so-called Millennial. “Jew in The Pew,” David’s religion column, appears in J. monthly-ish. He is the former Executive Director of the Jewish Student Press Service/Editor in Chief of New Voices Magazine (2011-2013). David studied Religion and Jewish Studies at Drew University, where he was the Editor in Chief of the student newspaper, The Acorn.
David’s work has been published by the Forward, Gothamist, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency and others. his writing has been called “amateurish” by Mort Klein, other terrible things by certain other people — and much nicer things by much more discerning people.
This blog is the latest in a series of blogs that goes back to the summer of 2006, when David was 17 and preparing to spend a semester in Israel. For better of for worse, here you can read all manner of ill-advised, poorly written things he has written since then. It’s all here; he’s never deleted a post.