Catherine Moore

Author's Bio

Catherine Moore is the author of Story (Finishing Line Press, 2015), 921b Elysian Fields Avenue - Return to Sender (Kentucky Story Press, 2015), and Wetlands (Dancing Girl Press, 2016). Her writing has appeared in Tahoma Literary Review, Cider Press Review, Blue Fifth Review, Caesura, and in various anthologies. She won the Southeast Review’s 2014 Gearhart Poetry Prize and had work included in “The Best Small Fictions of 2015.” Catherine lives in the Nashville area where she enjoys a thriving writer’s community and was awarded a MetroArts grant. Catherine earned a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Tampa. She is tweetable @CatPoetic.

Publications and Prizes

Ars Medica
(University of Toronto, 2011)
, Greek Fire
(Lost Tower Publications, 2015)
, Me, As A Child
(Silver Birch Press, 2015)
, No Love Lost
(Pankhearst Press, 2014)
, Sparrow’s Trill
(Minerva Press, 2018)
, The Best Small Fictions - 2015
(Queen's Ferry Press, 2015)
Abyss & Apex, Avatar Review, Blue Fifth Review, Caesura, Cider Press Review, Crack the Spine, Emerge Literary Journal, Escape Into Life, Feile-Festa, Folio, Grey Sparrow Journal, Kudzu Review, Linden Avenue Literary Journal, Mamazine, Menacing Hedge, Mixitini Matrix, One Sentence Poems, Pilgrimage Magazine, Rabbit, Red Paint Hill Poetry Journal, Right Hand Pointing, Southeast Review, Still, Stirring : A Literary Collection, Stymie Magazine, Tahoma Literary Review, The Indianola Review, Light Ekphrastic, Tishman Review, TSR: The Southampton Review, Vignette, Watershed Review, Wicked Alice
921b Elysian Fields Avenue (Return to Sender)
(KY Story, 2015)
, Story
(Finishing Line Press, 2015)
Prizes Won: 
• Awarded the William Alexander II & Lisa Percy Poetry Fellowship, Rivendell Writers’ Colony Foundation, 2016. • Awarded a grant from Nashville MetroArts and Bonnaroo Works Fund, 2015. • Selected for “The Best Small Fictions of 2015” judged by Robert Olen Butler. • 2014 Gearhart Poetry Contest, The Southeast Review. • First Honorable Mention, The Florida Poetry Society, 2014. • First Place, David Kato Prize, The Alabama Poetry Society, 2014. • First Place, Charles and Dorothy Little Memorial Award, the Mississippi Poetry Society, 2014.

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Fiction Writer, Poet
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Irish American
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Last updated: Oct 09, 2016