News & Biography
Her debut collection, Shade of Blue Trees (Finalist for the Wilder Prize), is released from Two Sylvias Press on June 14, 2021. Also available via Amazon, Bookshop, and your favorite bookstore.
Of Poetry podcast #5, in conversation with host Dr. Han VanderHart, grateful for this chat about art, poetry, editing, first books.
New Q & A about "Shade of Blue Trees" on ZYZZYVA's blog - my thanks to Alana Baer for the close read and thoughtful questions.
"The Poetry Show" interview with Daphne Stanford at Radio Boise KRBX, conversation and reading from Shade of Blue Trees, July 18, 2021
Featured artist and interview at West Trestle Review May/June 2021
Two poems (with audio) in Menacing Hedge, Spring 2021: "Sacrament" and "Portent Big Sur", both in her forthcoming book "Shade of Blue Trees".
Poem in ROOM: A Sketchbook of Analytic Action, issue 2.21, "Smoke"
New Margaret Atwood erasure/visual poem in the 2021 March issue of THRUSH Poetry Journal
Poem in West Trestle Review Jan/Feb 2021 issue, "Blueprint of the Waiting Room"
Poem in Guesthouse issue 6, "Panels from a Courtly Spring"
4 Erasure/Visual Poems sourced from Margaret Atwood's "The Blind Assassin" in the fall issue of
The Indianapolis Review
Poem in the latest Rogue Agent, Issue 63
Added to the Video page: THRUSH Poetry Journal Series 5/1/20 - poetry from Marilyn Kallet, Kelly Cressio-Moeller, Emily Lawson, Leah Falk, Molly Spencer
Some of my paintings in the latest issue of The Indianapolis Review - terrific issue with poetry & art!
2019 Q & A interview at Water~Stone Review "In the Field" contributors' series. My poem from Issue 21, "Panels from a Celestial Autumn" is hyperlinked within the interview.
Kelly Cressio-Moeller is a poet and visual artist. Her poems have been nominated for Pushcart Prizes, Best New Poets, and Best of the Net, and have appeared widely in journals and at literary websites including Gargoyle, North American Review, Poet Lore, Salamander, THRUSH Poetry Journal, Valparaiso Poetry Review, Water~Stone Review, and ZYZZYVA, among others. An associate editor at Glass Lyre Press, she lives in the Bay Area with her husband, two sons, and their basset hound. Shade of Blue Trees from Two Sylvias Press (Finalist for the Wilder Prize) is her first poetry collection.