I’m in The Auction for Artists Against Antisemitism

Writing That Gets Noticed has received a 2023 Zibby Award and was named the "Best Book for The Writer"

I’m happy to donate my writing coaching services and a book for this great cause. The auction closes at 3 pm tomorrow.

The bid for my services is currently at $160, which is less than my one hour consulting fee, and a lot less than one of my classes. If you want to bid on a 1×1 coaching session with me, simply search for my name. Easy Peasy.


Artists Against Antisemitism is a group of diverse artists who came together after witnessing the sharp rise of antisemitism in the United States in the wake of Hamas’s October 7th attack in Israel. Our goal is to raise awareness of antisemitism, promote education about Jewish history and culture, and work to help build a kinder, brighter, more understanding future. We believe the best way to offset hate is by spreading light.

Your  bids and donations can help raise even more money for Project Shema—an incredible organization that is committed to building bridges through understanding. With this donation, they’ll be able to bring their essential training to even more college campuses, helping Jewish students, adults, and allies learn to navigate difficult conversations around antisemitism.

The Artists Against Antisemitism Auction (bit.ly/KeepTheLightGoing23) starts on the last day of Chanukkah (December 15th at 12pm EST) in an effort to keep the light going.
With over 400 items, the auction boasts one-of-a-kind items and experiences including 15-minute Zoom calls with Mayim Bialik and Henry Winkler, lunch with Mark Feuerstein in New York and LA, many signed books by authors including Chelsea Clinton, Jennifer Weiner and Idina Menzel, original pieces of fine art and custom jewelry, plus vacation packages and VIP tickets to talk shows, sporting events and concerts like New Kids on the Block and Bruce Springsteen.
Bidding closes on Friday, December 22nd at 4pm EST (before Shabbat) and all proceeds from the auction will benefit Project Shema, an organization committed to building bridges through understanding. The funds will be used to subsidize essential training on select college campuses to help students understand anti-Jewish harm and allyship in this difficult moment. @theartistsagainstantisemitism
Artists Against Antisemitism