Annabelle Moseley is the author of the full-length poetry collection, The Clock of the Long Now, published in 2012 by David Robert Books. This book was selected for the First Books Panel at the 2012 West Chester Poetry Conference. She has published six chapbooks of poetry, including A Field Guide to the Muses (Finishing Line Press, 2009) and The Divine Tour (forthcoming, Finishing Line Press), as well as a young adult novel and a collection of children’s poetry. The first Walt Whitman Birthplace Writer-in-Residence, (2009-2010), Moseley is also founder and editor of String Poet, the online literary journal of poetry and music, and the host of The New York Times-featured String Poet Studio Series at the Long Island Violin Shop. A Lecturer at St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue, New York, Moseley has published hundreds of poems internationally in such journals as The Texas Review, The Seventh Quarry (Wales), and The Lyric . Her poem “Still Life” was nominated for a 2012 Pushcart Prize by The Victorian Violet Press. She won first place in the 2008 Writer’s Digest Poetry Contest and a 2008 Amy Award from Poets & Writers. She was born on the North Shore of Long Island, where she now resides with her husband.
Paperback: 48 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books/Aldrich Press (June 27, 2012)