Annabelle Moseley is an American poet and author of ten books, including her most recent, Sacred Braille (En Route Books 2019). She has served as Walt Whitman Birthplace Writer in-Residence (2009-2010) and 2014 Long Island Poet of the Year, and is credited with innovating a new poetic form, the “Mirror Sonnet.” She is a Professor of Theology, teaching at St. Joseph’s Seminary and St. Joseph’s College in Long Island, where she lives with her husband and children. She is a Broadcaster at WCAT Radio hosting two programs, “Then Sings My Soul,” and “Destination: Sainthood“. Moseley is one of five Catholic artists profiled in the 2019 Documentary Film, Masterpieces, about the vocational call of the arts. She founded “Desert Bread,” a series of lectures on faith, literature and the arts, and her work has inspired collaborations with artists, been set to music by composers, and featured in anthologies, textbooks and such journals as America Magazine, Our Sunday Visitor, Aleteia, The New York Times, The National Review, and O: the Oprah Magazine.