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Susan Morse

Susan Morse is a former journalist with the Washington Post and Detroit Free Press. She now works in communications for the federal government.

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Faye Moskowitz, 2008.

Meet Faye Moskowitz, Writer and Teacher

You might expect a writer, at age 80-plus, to retire from the public eye. Not Faye S. Moskowitz. As chair of the English Department at The George Washington University, the acclaimed short story author still shapes the dialogue about Jewish American fiction and where it’s headed. She continues to give book talks and forge conversations between accomplished writers and aspirants. Her own work has sometimes been compared to that of famed Jewish American short story writer Tillie Olsen.

Topics: Teachers, Fiction

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