About Jennifer Moses

Jennifer Anne Moses is a writer and painter who lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and also publishes under the name Jennifer Moses. She is the author of the books, Bagels and Grits: A Jew on the Bayou and Food and Whine: Confessions of a New Millennium Mom. Her articles, essays, travel writing, Op-Eds, and short stories have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Commentary, Bon Appetit, Town and Country, Salon, Poets and Writers, The Jerusalem Report, Moment, Good Housekeeping, Ladies Home Journal, Parenting, The Pushcart Prizes, The Gettysburg Review, The Antioch Review, Story, The Ontario Review, and many other publications. Her paintings have been shown at Nicholls State University, Louisiana State University, the Acadiana Center for the Arts, the Jewish Heritage Foundation of North Carolina, the Inside Out Gallery at the Interact Center of Minneapolis, and the Masur Museum of Art in Monroe, Louisiana. She and her husband have three children and a rescue dog named Marion.

The New Jew Canon: The Family Moskat, The Manor & The Estate, Shadows on the Hudson

By April 21, 2008

The New Jew Canon is a long-term project that seeks to canonize essential Jewish (and some Non-Jewish) reads as recommended by extraordinary rabbis, experts, and cultural leaders. Suggestions are welcome via comments or email. Title: The Family Moskat, The Manor … Read More