Sunday, May 16, 2021

Maya Savin Miller

Maya Savin Miller is a senior at Polytechnic School in Pasadena, California. Her prose and poetry have appeared in Cargoes, Up North Lit, Hadassah, Battering Ram Journal, Bluefire, Skipping Stones, and jGirls Magazine and have been recognized by Princeton University, Hollins University, Columbia College, Rider College, Scholastic, Library of Congress, Skipping Stones, Blank Theatre National Young Playwrights Festival, and The Leyla Beban Foundation. A 2019 grant from the Dragon Kim Foundation and a 2020 grant from The Pollination Project have enabled Maya to launch A Life In Tapestry, the travelling exhibition of the tapestry work of Holocaust survivor and artist Trudie Strobel.
To Live by the Mandate of Tikkun Olam by Maya & Jody

To Live by the Mandate of Tikkun Olam

Maya and her mother, Jody, discuss the importance of Judaism and how it fits into a determination to make this world a better one.
Devastation by Alex Garrow

Trudie’s Goose

A Holocaust story told through the eyes of a young Jewish girl in Nazi-controlled Poland.
Eva by Whitney Cohen


A Missed Connection by Adina Solomon - Photo by Marika Campbell-Blue

A Missed Connection


Trudie's Goose

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