Contributors

Contributors

Founder:

profile-rdbm  A life long reader and food lover, Rabbi Deborah Miller founded Books and Blintzes hoping to share her enthusiasm for the worlds of Jewish literature and cuisine. Understanding that the creative arts are one of the fundamental ways in which people express their connection to Judaism and that our diversity is one of the greatest gifts of the Jewish community, Rabbi Miller expanded Books and Blintzes to include all forms of art, and is devoted to the inclusion of voices from across the Jewish world. Rabbi Miller was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in 2011 and is a Board Certified Chaplain. Originally from Toronto, Canada, she now lives in New Jersey with her husband and daughter.

Guest Contributors:

2011_poster2_150x150 Erica Shultz Yakovetz is a graphic designer and Judaica artist, as well as a musician, wife to Aaron and mom to Aria. After almost 25 years in Boston and NYC, she moved back to her native Northwest Indiana in April 2014. Most of her artwork is available from her Etsy shop, Schultz Yakovetz Judaica, or her Zazzle store. She also does custom work, including invitations and ketubahs. She sporadically writes about her design projects and other ideas at blog.erica-schultz.com. Follow her on Twitter or Pinterest.

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Mission

Mission

Books and Blintzes was created to showcase the diversity of Jewish creative expression.

Books and Blintzes believes that the creative arts empower individuals and communities to engage with, experiment with, and express their Jewish identities and add meaning to their Jewish lives.

Books and Blintzes is dedicated to highlighting Jewish creativity from around the world and to promoting the multi-cultural and multi-racial understanding of the international Jewish community through the arts.