The Times of Israel welcomes bloggers of all stripes. If you have an idea for a new blog about anything from your life as a struggling thespian (or politician, plumber or fisherman, for that matter), to the daily doings of your remote Jewish community, recipes for potato latkes, compelling musings on the divine — we’re open-minded; you get the idea — then send us your full name (as it should appear on your blog); your email address (will not be disclosed!); some details about the blog; and your photo (no smaller than 300×300 pixels; preferably black and white). Please mention any relevant experience, including blogs that you currently maintain, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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