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Race MoChridhe

Author's Bio

Race MoChridhe is a poet and playwright whose original works in English, Esperanto, and Interlingua have appeared in journals ranging from decomP, ITCH, and Cha to Literatura Foiro, INTERNOVAS, and the Catholic Worker Journal. His credits as a translator are likewise diverse, and include being the first to bring noted German expressionist Ernst Blass into English. As an editor, he co-founded and headed up the poetry section for startup lit mag P.Q. Leer after working as an editorial assistant for the Alaska Quarterly Review, and he occasionally serves as guest editor for other magazines, including KannenBright and Subliminal Interiors. Having formerly been a creative writing instructor at Chemeketa Community College on the West Coast, he is now in search of new adventures 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
First Prize for Poetry, EKRA-2013 International Literary Competition

Race MoChridhe Resume

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Listing last updated: February 10, 2015

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Gives readings?
Travels for readings?
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Fluent in:
English, German
Born in:
Sacramento, CA
Raised in:
Colorado Springs, CO

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