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"Waking Under the Southern Cross," Antioch Review, Fall 2014.

"Murder For Hire," HINT FICTION, ed. Robert Swartwood, W.W. Norton, New York, NY and London, UK, 2011.

“Spenser Street,” Antioch Review, Vol 64, No. 3, Summer, Yellow Springs, OH, 2006.

"Judy's Kadeidoscope ," Bridges, Vol. 11, No. 1, Spring, Indiana University Press, Ann Arbor, MI, 2006.

"Tongues," Riversedge, Vol. XVIII, No. 1, University of Texas-Pan American Press, Edinburg, TX, Spring 2005.

"Spoils," Ascent, Vol.29, No. 3, Moorehead, MN, Spring 2005.

"Agave," Chicago Quarterly Review, Chicago, IL, 2004.

The Man of God,Other Voices, Chicago, IL, 2004.

The Cure,” Ascent, Moorehead, MN, 2003. Pushcart Nomination.

Fire,” Prairie Schooner, Lincoln, Nebraska, 2003.

“The Night We Talked,” 96 Inc, Boston, MA, 2002.

Good Friday,” Other Voices, Chicago, IL, 2001. Pushcart Nomination.

The Butterfly Effect,” Ascent, Moorehead, MN, 2001. Pushcart Nomination.

“This Balkan Woman,” StoryQuarterly, Northbrook, IL, 2001. Pushcart Nomination.

“Thanksgiving,” Seattle Review, Seattle, WA, 2001.

“The Invitation,” Larcom Review, Prides Crossing, MA, 2000.

“The Path of Lightning,” Alaska Quarterly Review, Anchorage, Alaska, 2000.

“The Path of Lightning ,” (revised), PECULIAR PILGRIMS , edited by Linda Wendling, Hourglass Press, Lindenhurst, IL, 2007.

“Buying,” Ascent, Moorehead, MN, 2000.

The Sisters’ House,” RE:AL, Nagodoches, TX, 2000.

One Atom,” 96 Inc, Boston, MA, 2000. Read online at 96 Inc

“Sister Sparrow,” Other Voices, Chicago, IL, 2000.

Commandments,” Massachusetts Review, Amherst, MA, 2000. Cited in BEST AMERICAN SHORT STORIES, Distinguished Stories, Pushcart nomination.

“The Widow’s Widow,” Southwest Review, Dallas, TX, 1999.

“The Widow’s Widow,” WRITER IN STONE, David Philips, Cape Town, South Africa, 1998.

“A Gem Squash”

  • MODERN SOUTH AFRICAN STORIES, ed. Stephen Gray, Jonathan Ball, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2002. "...a fantastic story..." Sabelo Ndlangesa, in the Sunday Times.
  • Agni, Boston, MA, 1999.
  • RAVAN TWENTY-FIVE YEARS, Ravan Press, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1997.

“Stompie,” (revised), Venue, New York, NY, 1998.

“Stompie,” Southern African Review of Books, Cape Town, South Africa, 1994.

"In Court," (revised), THE PENGUIN BOOK OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN STORIES, ed. Stephen Gray, Penguin, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1993.

"In Court," Audiotape, GULLIVER: German-English Yearbook, Hilden, Germany, 1993.

"In Court," Agni, Boston, MA, 1991. Nominated for Pushcart Prize.

"Toward the Golden City," Agni, Boston, MA, 1992. Nominated for Pushcart Prize.

"Darwin's Beetle," Other Voices, Highland Park, IL, 1989. PEN Syndicated Fiction Project Prize, 1985.

"Decision Guides," Crosscurrents, Westlake Village, CA, 1987.

"Lessons,” Confrontation, Greenvale, NY, 1986.

"Lessons,” Sesame, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1989.

"Light Dark," SOUTH AFRICAN JEWISH VOICES, Echad, Michah Publications, Marblehead, Massachusetts, 1982.

"Networks," Colorado Quarterly, Boulder, CO, 1978.

"Twice Her Size," Cimarron Review, Stillwater, OK, 1976.

"Gifts," Little Magazine, New York, NY, 1974.

"Sina," Hudson River Anthology, Poughkeepsie, NY, 1973.

"Sina," Cimarron Review, Stillwater, OK, 1974. Cited BEST AMERICAN SHORT STORIES, Boston, MA, 1975.

"The House Is Full of Cars This Morning," Shenandoah, Lexington, VA, 1973.

"The Birthday Present," Twigs, Pikeville, KY, 1973. Cited BEST AMERICAN SHORT STORIES, Boston, MA, 1974.

"The Shopping Trip," Antioch Review, Yellow Springs, OH, 1972.
Echad, Micah Press, Marblehead, MA, 1982.

"Exile," Massachusetts Review, Amherst, MA, 1970. Quill Prize, judge, Thomas Berger, 1971. Roll of Honor, BEST AMERICAN SHORT STORIES, Boston, MA, 1971.

"Exile," Purple Renoster, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1972.

"Exile," PENGUIN BOOK OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN STORIES, ed. Stephen Gray, Penguin, England, 1985. Translated into Nama.

"Exile," LANDSCAPE AND EXILE, Rowan Tree Press, Boston, MA, 1986.

"Exile," GLOBAL CULTURES: A TRANSNATIONAL SHORT-FICTION READER, ed. Elisabeth Young-Bruel, Wesleyan University Press/University Press of New England, 1994.

"A Tanglewood Tale," Antioch Review, Yellow Springs, OH, 1966.

"A Party for the New Year," Arts Festival Magazine, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1957. Arts Festival Prize, judge, Nadine Gordimer, 1957.


"The Path of Lightning ," PECULIAR PILGRIMS, edited by Linda Wendling, Hourglass Press, Lindenhurst, IL, 2007.


"The Widow's Widow"
WRITER IN STONE
David Philips
Cape Town, South Africa, 1998


"A Gem Squash"
MODERN SOUTH AFRICAN SHORT STORIES
ed. Stephen Gray,
Jonathan Ball
Johannesburg, South Africa, 2002

"...Rose Moss's masterly A Gem Squash is exemplary..."
Michael Heyns, THE SUNDAY INDEPENDENT, January 26, 2003

"Rose Moss's A Gem Squash is a fantastic story..."
SABELO NDLANGESA

"[Rose Moss] manages to convey both the deforming narrowness of anti-apartheid moralism, and a sense of the continuing necessity in a world without ideology..."
SIMON LEWIS
read review online


"A Gem Squash"
RAVEN TWENTY-FIVE YEARS
Raven Press
Johannesburg, South Africa, 1997


"In Court"
THE PENGUIN BOOK OF CONTEMPORARY SOUTH AFRICAN SHORT STORIES
ed. Stephen Gray, Penguin
Johannesburg, South Africa, 1993


"Exile"
THE PENGUIN BOOK OF CONTEMPORARY SOUTH AFRICAN SHORT STORIES
ed. Stephen Gray, Penguin
Johannesburg, South Africa, 1985


"Exile"
LANDSCAPE AND EXILE
Rowan Tree Press.
Boston,, MA, 1986


"Exile"
GLOBAL CULTURES: A TRANSNATIONAL SHORT-FICTION READER
Rowan Tree Press.
Boston,, MA, 1986


"Light Dark" and "Exile"
SOUTH AFRICAN JEWISH VOICES
Echad, Michah Publications, Marblehead, MA, 1982.

"...beautifully written..."
Sylvia Rothschild, JEWISH ADVOCATE, March 25, 1982

"...infused with seriousness of purpose..."
PRESENT TENSE, March 1982