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.
Able Muse Review vol. 14 (Winter 2012) is published on-line, featuring a double sonnet by Annabelle Moseley
The Delaney: Journey to Banba, Expanded and Illustrated 2nd Edition is out now!
“The Divine Tour: Poems by Annabelle Moseley” now available from Finishing Line Press
Moseley continues her workshop series with “The Spirituality of Poetry: God-Quest”, starting Sept. 30th at the Walt Whitman Birthplace.
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.
The food I ate in Italy deserves a litany of praise.
An art unto itself, it satisfied so deeply
I expected to rise each morning cured of hunger—
forgetting hunger, like longing, is a ritual.
Drive as a passenger through Tuscany,
and even if you squint
or fall asleep, but catch brief glances
through curtained blinks,