Juliet Glass (born 1968) is a writer and food critic who worked in Minneapolis before moving to Washington D.C. where she is markets and program manager of FreshFarm Markets, a non-profit organization that promotes the growth of local food in the Chesapeake Bay region.
She is the daughter of JoAnne Akalaitis and Philip Glass. Her mother is of Lithuanian descent and her father is of Lithuanian Jewish descent. She has contributed articles to Elle, Minnesota Monthly, Food Arts and The New York Times. She received a B.A. in history from Reed College in 1992, and went on to study history at the Johns Hopkins University before moving to Minneapolis. As a young girl, she occasionally participated in performances of her father's compositions and also in stagings of a number of theatrical works, though her contributions became less frequent as she grew older.
- Hagedorn, David (2013-08-20). "For FreshFarm staff, monthly lunch is celebration of local foods". Washington Post. ISSN 0190-8286. Retrieved 2018-02-01.
- Jewish Daily Forward: "Philip Glass Settles Some Old Scores" by Eileen Reynolds April 7, 2015
- Mel Gussow (March 19, 1981). "Stage: Talking Band's 'Soft Targets'". The New York Times.
- "Foie Gras Makers Struggle to Please Critics and Chefs" The New York Times (April 25, 2007).
- "Sauté briefly, and adjust the saxophone." The New York Times (February 22, 2006).
- "Savoring dessert." Minnesota Monthly (March 2007).
- "Here Comes Sherry!" Food Arts (October 2006).
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