Featured in the September 18th issue of America, is Annabelle Moseley’s poem “The Peacock Pin.” This poem is also featured in the Arts & Culture section of America’s web site.
Poetry editor Joseph Hoover interviews award-winning poet Annabelle Moseley about her latest double volume of poetry, A Ship to Hold the World and The Marionette’s Ascent. Your latest work is outstanding. Do you feel as if you have been working your whole life to be able to come up with poems like these? Thank you, Joe.…
Annabelle Moseley is quoted in an article from Our Sunday Visitor titled Beauty: Pointing the way to the divine.
I recently read at the Second Annual LTV Poetry Affair, billed as featuring “Featuring readings from 14 of the finest poets in our area”.
Two of Moseley’s poems: “Artifacts of Sound” and “Still Life,” both sharing the theme of insight found through the penetrating beauty of the arts, have been published in the second issue of Life and Legends, the bi-annual, international and multilingual literary journal based in California.
Announcing the release of a double volume of poetry by Annabelle Moseley, destined to become a classic work of the religious imagination.
Here is a Youtube playlist of the 2014 Poet of the Year Awards Ceremony, including introductions by WWBA Director Cynthia Shor, former Poets of the Year Gladys Henderson and Patti Tana, with welcoming remarks by WWBA Board President William Walters and WWBA Board Member Dr. Richard Bronson. Featured is Annabelle Moseley’s acceptance speech, reflections on…
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
Each poem in Annabelle Moseley’s A Ship to Hold The World can be described as Dramatic Monologue meets Midrash…
The Nervous Breakdown features Moseley’s Mirror Sonnet, “Potiphar Tees Off” along with a self-interview.