The Seatelon writers in alphabetical order:
Nurit Asnash – “A cake for Shabat”, delicious cakes and little stories.
Erez Benari – “It rains here”, a guide for newcomers to the Seattle area.
Erez, originally from Haifa, has been a resident of Puget Sound since 2008. He works for Microsoft as an information security engineer and is an avid writer and artist. Back in Israel, Benari has written for many popular publications including Maariv, Calcalist, Walla and Mako. In the US, Benari has written for JTNews, TechFlash, Bellevue Business Journal and the Federation’s Jewish in Seattle Magazine. In his spare time, he volunteers for Akim, creates steampunk art works and performs stand-up comedy.
Hagit Galatzer – The Seatelon editor and author of “Local in Blue and White”, come and meet the people behind local businesses in our community. “Library book”, recommendations for Hebrew literature from the local library. Also writes “Dvar Hamaarechet” – light editorials. More about me in the About post.
Lilach Gepert-Shapirra – “The Family Corner”, your support group for parenting and family issues.
Lilach is a consultant for personal growth for individuals and families and leads parenting groups, she is also a Bach flower remedies expert and a busy mother of three.
Revital Shiri-Horowitz – “Here and there”, thoughts about our life as Israelis outside of Israel.
Meirav Yaaran – “A personal taste”, easy and heart warning recipes with a personal story.
Sefi Yaaran – “Od hozer hanigun”, songs and memories.
Josh Yeyni – “Life, Money and all the rest”, financial advices and tips anyone should know.