Writer, Author, Taphophile and Funeral Director
Alexandra Kathryn Mosca is a writer, author, taphophile, and licensed funeral director in New York. Her work has appeared in Newsday, the NY Daily News, The Saturday Evening Post, Next Avenue and more. Mosca is also the author of three books: Grave Undertakings (2003), Green-Wood Cemetery (2008), and Gardens of Stone (2016).
From an early age, Alexandra loved to read and write and by the time she was in the first grade, she had already decided that she would someday make writing a career. Today, Alexandra is a writer in New York, as well as one of the most recognized names in funeral service. She has been able to meld her career as a funeral director with her passion for writing. The result: Three books, countless articles featuring the funeral industry, historic cemeteries, and famous funerals.
A passionate advocate for funeral service, she has often been the story herself, having been interviewed throughout the years on television, radio, and in print.
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