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Literature educator , writer

Faye Stollman Moskowitz, American literature educator, writer. Grantee District of Columbia Humanitaries Commission, Washington, 1996; recipient Fiction award Poets, Playwrights, Editors, Essayists and Novelists association Syndicated Fiction, 1989, 93. County vice chairman Democratic Party, Michigan, 1958-1960, delegate national convention, 1960.

Background

Moskowitz, Faye Stollman was born on July 31, 1930 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Aaron and Sophie (Eisenberg) Stollman.

Education

Bachelor with special honors, George Washington University, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy (abd), George Washington University, 1974. Master of Arts, George Washington University, 1979.

Career

Director middle school, Edmund Burke School, Washington, 1974-1986;director creative writing, George Washington University, Washington, 1987-1998;associate professor, George Washington University, Washington, since 1992;chair department English, George Washington University, Washington, since 1998. President Jenny Moore Fund for Writers, Washington, since 1975. Member of advisory board Leeway Foundation, Philadelphia, since 1996.

Works

Membership

County vice chairman Democratic Party, Michigan, 1958-1960, delegate national convention, 1960.

Connections

Married Jack Moskowitz, August 29, 1948. Children: Shoshana Grove, Frank, Seth, Elizabeth Korns.

father:
Aaron Stollman

mother:
Sophie (Eisenberg) Stollman

spouse:
Jack Moskowitz

children:
Shoshana Grove Moskowitz

Frank Moskowitz

Seth Moskowitz

Elizabeth Korns Moskowitz