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Freelancer Corner

  • Harriet P. Gross

    Harriet has been writing for publications since she was 6 years old. Her favorite topics to write about are personal experiences, especially those with Jewish connections/content.

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  • Ruth Ebenstein

    Ruth particularly enjoys writing pieces about women and is currently working on a memoir, "How to Laugh (and Cry) Through Breast Cancer".

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  • Yaakov Kirschen

    Yaakov has been doing the Dry Bones Cartoons since 1973. He enjoys drawing cartoons about Jews, Israel, history and Jewish holidays.

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