Pirate rabbis and dybbuks haunt new collection of horror stories

October 27, 2021
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For Halloween, we have a fictional horror story for you from a people who’ve lived through plenty of real-life nightmares. It's part of a new collection called “The Jewish Book of Horror” from the Denver Horror Collective. Writer Lindsay King-Miller of Denver shares her story "How To Build a Sukkah at the End of the World." The editor of the collection, which was blessed by a rabbi, is Josh Schlossberg, of Evergreen.