"Thanksgiving Torah: Jewish Reflections on an American Holiday" - call for submissions
"Thanksgiving Torah: Jewish Reflections on an American Holiday" - call for submissions!
The forthcoming book entitled: "Thanksgiving Torah: Jewish Reflections on an American Holiday", edited by Rabbi Menachem Creditor, explores the intersection between Jewish heritage and American values. Thanksgiving Torah deals with themes of: how we tell our stories, how ritual brings people together, how a Jew celebrates as part of a greater society, how Jewish citizens are called to civic engagement, how heritage can endure even when a narrative changes over time, and much more. There are several "Jewish Thanksgiving Prayers", and a children's story. (more submissions along these lines are welcome as well.)
Please note; This project will not generate any income for the editor or the contributors. All proceeds from this book benefit the "Reverse Hunger" campaign of American Jewish World Service (you can learn more here: http://ajws.org/
Pieces of any length are fine, up to 1200 words. Please include a short bio with your submission. Submissions are due Oct. 10th. Please send all submissions to rabbicreditor at gmail dot com.