The spiritual technology of sketchnoting offers a profound way to interact with Torah and Jewish learning. This book aims to introduce diverse Jewish audiences to how sketchnoting can help us build a meaningful and rich relationship with Jewish texts and practices.

The volume will be curated by Steve Silbert, who’s been sketchnoting Torah for years (including on Builders Blog), and will feature a variety of voices.

Sketchnoting Jewishly will include an introduction to sketchnoting; short essays about sketchnoting as spiritual practice, sketchnoting as educational tool, sketchnoting as spiritual technology, sketchnoting in other faith-contexts, sketchnoting as a b. mitzvah prep tool, sketchnoting as congregational clergy, how to get around the “but I can’t draw” syndrome, and much more!

Stay tuned for complete contributor list, and for price, release date, and pre-order information.

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