Jane Gross Audio Books

Jane Gross Audio Books

Jane Gross was a reporter for Sports Illustrated and Newsday before joining the New York Times in 1978. Her twenty-nine-year tenure there included national assignments as well as coverage of aging. In 2008 she launched a blog for the New York Times called The New Old Age, to which she still contributes. Gross has taught journalism at the University of California–Berkeley and Columbia University and was the recipient of a John S. Knight Fellowship. She lives in Westchester County, New York.

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