Miriam Gross

Miriam Gross has worked on the Observer, as deputy literary editor and then as woman’s editor; on the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph as arts and literary editor; and as senior editor on Standpoint magazine.  She is the editor of two collections of essays, The World of George Orwell and The World of Raymond Chandler and the author of So Why Can’t they Read?, a pamphlet on literacy in London’s state schools.

Books by Miriam Gross

<a href="http://shortbooks.co.uk/book/an-almost-english-life-miriam-gross"><strong>An Almost English Life</strong><br />Literary, And Not So Literary, Recollections</a><br /><a href="http://shortbooks.co.uk/book/an-almost-english-life-miriam-gross" class="plain-link">Miriam Gross has worked on the <em>Observer</em>, as deputy literary editor and then as woman’s editor; on the <em>Daily Telegraph</em> and <em>Sunday Telegraph</em> as arts and literary editor; and as senior editor on <em>Standpoint</em> magazine.  She is the editor of two collections of essays, <em>The World of George Orwell</em> and <em>The World of Raymond Chandler</em> and the author of <em>So Why Can’t they Read?</em>, a pamphlet on literacy in London’s state schools. </a><a href="http://shortbooks.co.uk/book/an-almost-english-life-miriam-gross"><img  src="http://shortbooks.co.uk/wp-content/themes/outreach/images/transparentgif.gif" border="0" width="160px" height="244px" alt="" /></a>