Showing posts from December, 2009

Thanks for the Giving

Thoughts from scribe-in-residence Julie Seltzer on what she's writing, her process, and the experience of writing a Torah on public view. Thanksgiving is here again! And Thanksgiving means turkey. And turkey means feathers. And it goes without saying, of course, that feathers means quills. Last year at this time, a friend went to a local farm where they kept turkeys. This friend knew I was learning scribing, having observed my collection of stray Canadian goose feathers from the grounds where we lived. He brought me back a whole bunch of feathers. “Might you use these?” he asked.