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,
In the Venetian Accademia,
I stood quietly
before a study of flowers—
their bends and curls precise,