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Alexandra Kathryn Mosca is the author of Grave Undertakings (New Horizon Press, 2003), Green-Wood Cemetery (Arcadia Publishing, 2008) and Gardens of Stone (2016). She is also a frequent contributor to American Funeral Director and American Cemetery Magazines. Her body of work has included profiles of some of America's most well known cemeteries: Green-Wood, Salem Fields, Woodlawn, Calvary and Kensico in NewYork, as well as Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta. Mosca has also penned feature articles about the funerals of famous Americans: U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, Gov. Mario Cuomo, Joan Rivers and Mayor Edward I. Koch, NewYork City's beloved mayor, to name just a few.Her work has also appeared in Newsday and The New York Daily News. In addition to being a writer, Mosca works as a funeral director. Because of her national reputation as a chronicler of the funeral industry and cemeteries, Mosca is often sought after for comments about trends and her unique perspective about death and dying.

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Gardens of Stone: The Cemeteries of New York City from Colonial Times to the Present