Liza Rosenberg is an Israel-based freelance writer. She has written for Israeli print publications such as Haaretz and The Jerusalem Post as well as for online publications like Pajamas Media and Israel’s Nana news portal (in Hebrew). She also has a regular column in the Hebrew-language Israeli Waldorf education publication “Adam Olam“. In addition, Liza also wrote and recorded a series of audio diary entries for the BBC World Service radio show The World Today during Israel’s incursion in Gaza during the winter of 2008/09, and continues to be a periodic contributor to the program. She had a story published in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grieving and Recovery (February 1st, 2011).
Liza researched and wrote the Israel section for the Passport Career website, has had numerous essays published in Here – Notes from the Present (a journal published in English and Italian), has been interviewed for a number of websites and publications, and has had her blog mentioned on sites such as The Wall Street Journal (see the sidebar) and a book written in Italian about Israel-based blogs.
Liza has more than ten years of technical writing experience, and also does marketing writing, editing and translations (Hebrew-to-English). She is a native English speaker and is fluent in Hebrew, and writes easily in both languages.
In addition, Liza can also write personalized poetry for all special occasions. All you have to do is send her information about the person or event in question as well as any other relevant details, and she can provide you with original poems in a timely manner. An example of a poem written on request can be found here.
Detailed information about Liza’s professional experience as well as references can be provided upon request.
Liza is available for freelance writing projects of all types. Please contact her via email to discuss your writing needs.