News & Biography
New 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 has new poems forthcoming in the North American Review, Water~Stone Review, Salamander, and THRUSH. More erasure poems with source material from Margaret Atwood's novel "The Blind Assassin" are online now at THRUSH, Menacing Hedge, Calamus Journal, and Psaltery & Lyre. Other recent work includes her poem "Meditations on Disappearing" in the May 2017 issue of THRUSH, also seen at Verse Daily, "How To Survive a Dictator" poem at The Mom Egg Review (Vox Mom), "Letter to the Low Tide" at Cider Press Review and poems in print journals, Poet Lore (Spring/Summer 2017 Vol. 112 No. 1 / 2) and ZYZZYVA (Fall 2017, Issue 110).
Previously published work can be found at Astropoetica, the Aurorean, Boxcar Poetry Review, burntdistrict, Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, Crab Creek Review, Crab Orchard Review, Cultural Weekly, Escape Into Life, Gargoyle, Hermeneutic Chaos, High Coupe, Iodine Poetry Review, Melusine (or Women in the 21st Century), The Newport Review, Patria Letteratura (Italian translations by Alessandra Bava), Pearl Magazine, Pirene’s Fountain, Poet Lore, Rattle, Redwood Coast Review, The Sand Hill Review, Southern Humanities Review, Spillway, Switched-on Gutenberg, Tiferet Journal, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, THRUSH Poetry Journal, Valparaiso Poetry Review, and ZYZZYVA as well as the anthology First Water: Best of Pirene’s Fountain, Diane Lockward’s book, The Crafty Poet, and Erica Goss's book Vibrant Words: Ideas and Inspirations for Poets. Her poetry has been nominated for Pushcart Prizes, Best New Poets, and Best of the Net. Her first full-length manuscript, "Shade of Blue Trees" is looking for a good home and was a finalist at both Four Way Books (2018) and The Prairie Schooner Book Award (2018). She's an Associate Editor for Glass Lyre Press who shares her fully-caffeinated life with her husband and sons in Northern California.
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