"A stunning debut, Rosett Rosett slips into the minds and hearts of her characters with thrilling intimacy."
"I have not read stories lately that, honestly, friends, made me immediately want to rush home to my wife and son like these did..."
"The title story Moving Waters explores sexuality, the end of a marriage and the healing effects of immersing in the mikveh."
Jewish Daily Forward
"From female rabbis to queer congregants, Rosett's characters embody Jews who have only in the past generation become visible in American Jewish life."
"The Ultimate Seder — Food and Storytelling... Award-winning television writer Racelle Rosett, of "thirtysomething" and "Blossom," leads the service."
"An inspiring heart opening story. Please read."
-Anita Diamant, The Red Tent
"Racelle Rosett is the real thing."
-Erica Jong, Fear of Flying
The False Bride
"Racelle Rosett lives in 2012 but writes like a timeless angel. If I had to pick someone to rewrite the Bible to make it relevant to my peers, she'd be the first person I'd dial."
-Jill Soloway, Writer/Director, "Afternoon Delight," and Jewish
innovator, East Side Jews
Q and A with Erika Dreifus
"The short story form made it possible to be with the characters in the quietest internal moments, things as quiet and private as prayer."
"I have a strong belief in how we treat each other as human beings. That we have the ability to enact godliness towards one another."