Annabelle Moseley is an award-winning poet, author, professor and speaker. Author of nine books, her most recent is a double volume of poetry entitled: A Ship to Hold the World and The Marionette’s Ascent (Wiseblood Books, 2014). Moseley was the 2014 Long Island Poet of the Year and 2009-2010 Walt Whitman Birthplace Writer-in-Residence. Her novel manuscript, Red Bird, was one of ten finalists for the 2014 Tuscany Prize in Catholic Literature and one of five finalists for the Fairfield Book Prize. Moseley is the winner of an Amy Award from Poets & Writers Magazine and First Place in the Writer’s Digest Poetry Prize. She holds an MFA in Poetry and an MA in Theology. Professor Moseley is a Lecturer at St. Joseph’s College and Founding Editor of String Poet, the online journal of poetry and music.
In addition to seven published chapbooks of poetry, Annabelle Moseley is the author of the full-length poetry collection, The Clock of the Long Now, published in 2012 by David Robert Books and honored as one of four books featured on the 2012 First Books Panel at the West Chester Poetry Conference.