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Freelancer Corner

  • Rachel Zohar-Dulin

    Rachel is a professor of biblical literature and Hebrew language at New College of Florida. She likes to write about the relationships between verbs, nouns and adjective as well as highlighting idiomatic expressions.

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  • Steve Greenberg

    Steve has been published on the Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles and Daily News of Los Angeles. He likes to draw about Israeli and Mideast news and politics.

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  • Helen Schwimmer

    Helen is a multifaced writer whose contributions to AJPA member publications and secular outlets reflect her diverse interests including the education, Holocaust, Israel, travel, culinary arts and the modern Jewish family.

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