Author, Teacher, and Poet in Tennessee
Catherine Moore is the author of "Story," "921b Elysian Fields Avenue - Return to Sender," "Wetlands," and the forthcoming "Ulla! Ulla!."
Catherine's writing has appeared in the Tahoma Literary Review, Southampton Review, Cider Press Review, Still: the Journal, Caesura, Mid-American Review and in various anthologies. A Walker Percy and Hambidge fellow, she is several times nominated for the Pushcart Prize in Literature and won the Southeast Review’s Gearhart Poetry Prize. She also had work selected for “The Best Small Fictions of 2015” anthology by guest judge Robert Olen Butler.
Catherine helped shepherd the creation of a literary & arts journal, Tampa Review Online and served as the Poetry Editor. She was a Guest Editor at Toe Good Poetry, and now serves as Managing Editor at Double Back Books and reviews poetry books for literary journals.
Catherine earned a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from the University of Tampa. She lives in the Nashville area where she enjoys a thriving arts scene and was awarded a BonnarooWorks/MetroArts grant. She currently teaches at a community college.