Sarah Tuttle-Singer, author of Jerusalem Drawn and Quartered and the New Media Editor at Times of Israel, She was raised in Venice Beach, California on Yiddish lullabies and Civil Rights anthems. She now lives in Israel with her two kids where she climbs roofs, explores cisterns, opens secret doors and talks to strangers, and writes stories about people.
Sarah also speaks before audiences left, right, and center through the Jewish Speakers Bureau, asking them to wrestle with important questions while celebrating their willingness to do so.
She also loves whisky and tacos and chocolate chip cookies and old maps and foreign coins and discovering new ideas from different perspectives. She is currently working on a book based on her conversations with various taxi drivers here in the Holy Land. Shocking, poignant, LOL funny, and profoundly beautiful, the stories she's collected over the years reflect the beauty and nuance of life here in Israel, and she can’t wait to share them with you.