Lisa Braver Moss is a writer specializing in health, family issues, Judaism and humor. Her essays have appeared in the Huffington Post, Tikkun, Parents and the San Francisco Chronicle. Her column, “I’m Not Impressed,” is published in the Piedmont Post and simultaneously in her essay collection.
Having written several articles addressing the problems inherent in Jewish circumcision, Lisa made her first foray into fiction with a contemporary literary novel on that topic, The Measure of His Grief (Notim Press, November 2010).
Born in Berkeley, California, Lisa still lives in the area with her husband, her dog Darjeeling, two grown sons close by, and a steady stream of sisters coming over to visit, cook together, and help tinker with the New York Times Saturday crossword puzzle, which is much harder than the Sunday.
Lisa loves wild freesias, the crispy shrimp tacos at Oakland's Cactus Taqueria, That ’70s Show reruns, miniatures, and natural fabrics with a little spandex in them. Her favorite composers starting with the letter “B” are Bach, Barber, Bartok, Brahms and Britten. Also Beethoven, owing to the string quartets.
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