Race MoChridhe is a Pagan poet and essayist whose works have appeared in Aontacht, Brigid's Fire, Druid, The Mountain Astrologer, the Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition, and many others, in addition to dozens of secular and Christian journals and magazines. He has published original work in English, French, German, Frenkisch, Esperanto, and Interlingua, as well as producing translations between many of these languages.
As an editor, he co-founded and headed up the poetry section for P.Q. Leer after working as an editorial assistant for the Alaska Quarterly Review. He occasionally serves as a guest editor for other magazines, and freelances as an academic editor for books and articles in the fields of theology and religious studies.
A former creative writing instructor at Chemeketa Community College on the West Coast, he is now in search of new adventures, teaching in America's heartland.
Publications and Prizes
Catholic Worker, Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, decomP, Red River Review, Tattoo Highway, Terracotta Typewriter, The Eclectic Muse, The Maynard, Victorian Violet Press & Journal
Finalist, Charter Oak Award (2015).
First Prize, EKRA Internacia Literatura Konkurso (2013).
Short List, Small Axe Literary Competition (2013).
Highly Recommended, Cha Encountering Poetry Contest (2012).
Second Prize, Tattoo Highway Picture Worth Five Hundred Words Contest (2011).