Poet/Publisher LORI ANDERSON MOSEMAN founded Stockport Flats in the wake of Federal Disaster #1649, a flood along the Upper Delaware River. As a poet, her most recent book, Full Quiver, is a collaboration with book artist Karen Pava Randall, proprietrix of Propolis Press. For more about this fine art letterpress artist book, see http://www.propolispress.com/full-quiver. In the photo above, Lori is at Discus where Chris Funkhouser is recording her poems for Full Quiver. A companion 40-poem cycle, Flash Mob, is due out from Spuyten Duyvil.
Anderson Moseman's poetry collections are All Steel (Flim Forum Press),Temporary Bunk (Swank Books), Persona (Swank Books), and Cultivating Excess (The Eighth Mountain Press). Her chapbooks are Host (Nous-Zot Press) and Walking the Dead (Heaven Bone Press). Anderson Moseman has two Masters of Fine Art: one from the Iowa Writers' Workshop and one from iEAR Studios at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Her Doctor of Arts in Writing, Teaching and Criticism is from the University at Albany. She's been a forester tech, a farm reporter and an educator.
Double | Vigil, a poetic collaboration with Belle Gironda, is a vigil for the people of Egypt. Parts of that are excerpted online in the journal Barzakh. Jillian Mukavetz examines that project in an interview with Anderson Moseman in Womens Quarterly Conversation. Excerpts from Anderson Moseman's dragonboat diaries, Lintel | Gunwale are featured in PEEP/SHOW... A Taxonomic Exercise in Textual and Visual Seriality.
"insistence, teeth" is a collaboration with printmaker Sheila Goloborotko featured in Dusie Magazine, Issue 17: Ecopoetics. With a team of Stockport Flats writers, Anderson Moseman writes about creation myths enacted in Golobortko's Creation. Anderson Moseman's poems about Goloborotko's monotypes are featured (in English and
Portuguese) in um daqueles lugares sublimes, an exhibition catalogue for galeria Gravura Brasileira.
Anderson Moseman also has work in the following anthologies: Ecopoetry: A Contemporary American Anthology (Trinity University Press, 2013), Oh One Arrow (Flim Forum Press, 2007); Illness & Grace, Terror and Transformation(Wising Up Press, 2007) The Anthology of Monterey Bay Poets (Chatoyant, 2004); Poetry in Performance 32 (CUNY, 2004); Writing on Air (Terra Nova, MIT Press, 2003).
As a writer in residence at the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest in Oregon, she created a hypertext "Variable Poetic Cruise" by imitating eight poets in three Long Term Ecological Reflection Sites. This is online at Trickhouse.org. Anderson Moseman's work is also in literary journals: Ars Medica, Denver Quarterly, dislocate, divide, Epoch, Epicenter, Feile Festa, Happy, Harpur Palate, Iowa Journal of Literary Studies, The Little Magazine 21.3, Phoebe, Slab, Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments, Trickhouse.org., Tonopah Review, Passages North, Portland Review, Praxis, Poetic Diversity, SEEDS, Sing Heavenly Muse!, Water~Stone and 13th Moon.
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