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Beth O'Sullivan

Beth O’Sullivan is a STEM educator and fiction writer. She is the founder of The Mathemagics Workshop, math enrichment classes for children, and Science Club for Girls, afterschool science clubs in the greater Boston area. She has published fiction in Bird’s Thumb, 99 Pine Street Literary Journal, and Tower Journal, among other publications.

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Wilma Shore

Wilma Shore was a writer and teacher most active between the 1940s and the 1960s. She lived at various times in Los Angeles and New York City, settling finally in New York City. Involved with left-wing political activity, she and her husband were blacklisted during the House Committee on Un-American Activities hearings.

Viola Brothers Shore

Viola Brothers Shore was an accomplished writer, poet, and screenwriter during the 1920s and 1930s. In addition to writing for numerous publications, she wrote silent movie titles and original stories for many films and won awards for her may mystery stories.

Mary Moss

Despite living with her parents for much of her life, Mary Moss lived a vivid existence through the characters she investigated as a journalist and the ones she invented in her fiction. Her journalism covered Yiddish theater, child care facilities, women in asylums, the immigrant experience, and women cranberry workers,. She also wrote two novellas and two novels.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Beth O'Sullivan." (Viewed on September 19, 2021) <https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/osullivan-beth>.

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