Annabelle Moseley

Born on the North Shore of Long Island, where she still resides, the beauty of Whitman’s Paumanok has influenced Annabelle Moseley’s writing; and much of her work is inspired by nature and human relationships. Among the themes of her writing is the tension between beauty and loss.

Annabelle Moseley Interviewed by WABC-TV


Wednesday, June 13, 2011: WABC Eyewitness News anchor Ken Rosato interviews Annabelle Moseley for “Long Island Viewpoint”

The New York Times features Annabelle Moseley

Sunday, April 17, 2011: The New York Times publishes feature article about Annabelle Moseley and her String Poet Studio Series. features Moseley’s poem “Breakable”

My poem “Breakable” is one of the featured poems on O, The Oprah Magazine’s Selection of original poetry.

Annabelle Moseley Named 2014 Long Island Poet of The Year

Annabelle Moseley is the youngest-ever recipient of this award, which includes her as one of the poets of the prestigious Walt Whitman Birthplace “Long Island School of Poetry.” Past honorees include many nationally prominent poets

A Ship to Hold the World Forthcoming from Wiseblood Books


Each poem in Annabelle Moseley’s A Ship to Hold The World can be described as Dramatic Monologue meets Midrash…

Moseley in The Nervous Breakdown

The Nervous Breakdown

The Nervous Breakdown features Moseley’s Mirror Sonnet, “Potiphar Tees Off” along with a self-interview.

Moseley reads her “Cain at the Potter’s Wheel” for Able Muse

Able Muse Review v14

Able Muse Review vol. 14 (Winter 2012) is published on-line, featuring a double sonnet by Annabelle Moseley

The Clock of the Long Now makes Poetry Foundation Best-Seller List

Annabelle Moseley's "The Clock of the Long Now" front cover

Annabelle Moseley’s The Clock of the Long Now has made it to the top 10 of the Poetry Foundation’s Best-Seller List for Contemporary Poetry for the week of July 15, 2012.

Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next