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Remembering Richard Moore, 1927-2009

Remembering Richard Moore, 1927-2009

In memory of the upcoming tenth anniversary of my father's death, I thought I'd take a moment to remember the poet Richard Moore, 1927-2009. During the last months of his life, Richard wrote the following fragment. What better person to share his accomplishments than...

Daniela Petrova Interview Part I

Daniela Petrova Interview Part I

On September 7th, hosted by Columbia University’s Fiction Foundry, I had the pleasure of interviewing Daniela Petrova, author of the debut novel, HER DAUGHTER'S MOTHER. Daniela and I enjoyed a wide-ranging conversation about the novel and what it takes to get a book...

Visiting the Horses

Visiting the Horses

I’ve been busy scribbling away, writing the last chapters of Traveling Light, when I knew it couldn’t wait any longer. I had to visit the horses! I drove up to Montrose, NY on a drizzly Tuesday to visit my friend Will, his wife Beth, and their menagerie of chickens,...

“West 256th Street and Valles Avenue” Accepted for Publication

“West 256th Street and Valles Avenue” Accepted for Publication

I’m honored and delighted that The McNeese Review has accepted my short story, “West 256th Street and Valles Avenue” for publication in their spring issue! Founded in 1948, The McNeese Review is an annual publication of the MFA program in Creative Writing at McNeese...

“Fairway” (online)

“Fairway” (online)

Riverbabble, which published "Fairway" for their Seeing and Looking themed issue 31, Summer 2017, has sadly closed. I've reprinted "Fairway" here. “Fairway” by Tania Moore  (approximate reading time 10 minutes) Alice stood in front of a display of broccoli,...

“Fairway” Now Live and Online at riverbabble.

“Fairway” Now Live and Online at riverbabble.

“Fairway,” has been launched! Huge thanks to riverbabble, an imprint of Pandemonium Press, for publishing my flash fiction in their Seeing and Looking themed issue. I’m honored to be included with this talented group of writers, and what better place for “Fairway”...

Zephirus Swete Breeth

Zephirus Swete Breeth

The cherry blossoms have whisked away, the forsythia have had their fun. Spring rollicks into summer, and I’ve left a gray street and passionate darkness on the front page of my blog. This cannot stand. And who better to usher in the pleasures of summer than the...

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