Ilan Moss is a Paris-based writer and new media guy originally from New York. He is currently writing (and tweeting) about HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis for the World Health Organization. But wait… it gets even more depressing. He used to write about anti-Semitism and Holocaust-era economic persecution for a variety of Jewish and Israeli newspapers and non-profit organizations.
Believe it or not, he is actually a psychologically stable guy, happily living in France with his wife and twin boys. When he’s not communicating for international organizations, he likes to cover quirky stories in his adopted city that don’t involve airborne diseases or genocide. His work has been published by Reuters, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, OECD Observer, Latin Business Chronicle and Food Republic.
He blogs on the ethnic underbelly of Paris at gangsofparis.wordpress.com and can occasionally be found playing either accordion in a Russian Cabaret in Belleville or old timey Appalachian banjo for bemused Parisians throughout the city.