KJ Hannah Greenberg used to be an academic. She earned a Ph.D. in rhetoric and specialized in communication ethics. As well, Hannah was a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Scholar at Princeton University and a reviewer for The American Journal of Semiotics.
Upon moving to Israel, Hannah morphed into a creative writer.
Subsequently, she was nominated four times for the Pushcart Prize in
Literature and once for The Best of the Net in Literature. Among her
many books are the essay collections:
Tosh: Select Trash and Bosh of Creative Writing (Crooked Cat Books, 2017)
Dreams are for Coloring Books: Midlife Marvels (Seashell Books, 2017)
Word Citizen: Uncommon Thoughts on Writing, Motherhood & Life in Jerusalem (Tailwinds Press, 2015)
Jerusalem Sunrise (Imago Press, 2015)
Oblivious to the Obvious: Wishfully Mindful Parenting (French Creek Press, 2010)
Conversations on Communication Ethics (Praeger, 1991)
Simple Gratitudes (Propertius Press, 2018, Forthcoming)
Rivka Gross née Greenberg is a full-time mother, a full-time teacher, and a full-time graduate student. In her spare time, she writes across the spectrum about both real and imagined aspects of life. Her work can be found in The Jerusalem Post, Chabad.org, Tachlis Magazine, and in books such as Jerusalem Sunrise (Imago Press, 2015).