I'm a "veteran blogger," as I was recently labeled, of over 10 years. A bit of a wandering Jew, I'm currently residing in New York, but keeping (at least) an eye to Canada. I'm very excited to be blogging the Aggadah, having participated in the siyyum for EJ at Summer Institute. I think this is a great way to make part of our religion and culture more accessible to a great number of people and communities.
While others know which styles they'll be approaching this project with, I'm going to be keeping it more open. I tend to be rational in my approach to religion and texts, needing to understand the how and why both for our ancestors and for our contemporary practices, but I won't be limiting my approach to this type of exploration.
Looking forward to learning with you all,