Gloria graduated from Brandeis University and did graduate work in Jewish history at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. She was a coordinator in the Department of Jewish Education at National Hadassah and served as Public Relations Director of Baruch College of the City University of New York.
While an undergraduate at Brandeis, she was a winner of the Seventeen Magazine short story contest and her first nationally published work appeared in that magazine. Subsequently, her short fiction and critical essays have appeared in Commentary, McCalls, Redbook, Ladies Home Journal, Mademmoiselle, Ms., Chatelaine, Hadassah Magazine and numerous other magazines and journals.
Her work has been widely anthologized and translated. She is the author of a series of children's books on women in the professions entitled "What Can She Be?", novels for young adults and Ten Traditional Jewish Children's Stories, and she edited the prizewinning anthology, A Treasury of Jewish Literature. Her novel Leah's Journey won the National Jewish Book Award for fiction in 1979 and her second novel, Four Days, won the Federation Arts and Letters Award. Her books have been selections of The Book of the Month Club, the Literary Guild and the Troll Book Club.
She has lectured throughout the United States and Canada. She is married to an attorney and is the mother of three grown children and the grandmother of six.
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Books:The Paris Children, September 2020
The Bridal Chair, March 2015
Paperback / e-Book
Open Doors, November 2008
Dinner With Anna Karenina, October 2008
Dinner with Anna Karenina, January 2006
Walking Home, January 2005