The Poet and the Poem
Featured Stewart Moss
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As a former Executive Director of The Writer's Center in Bethesda, Maryland, one of the largest literary centers in the USA, Stewart Moss helped establish creative writing programs for adult immigrants and members of the military being treated for neurological and psychological trauma. Prior to that, he worked as an educator and fundraiser in educational institutions around the country. He has taught literature and creative writing in both the USA and abroad; Scotland, Greece, Zimbabwe, Afghanistan, and Nepal are among the countries in which he has lived and worked. Moss has essays included in Retire the Colors: Veterans & Civilians on Iraq & Afghanistan, ed. Dario DiBattista (Hudson Whitman/Excelsior College Press, 2016) and Plume Poetry and poetry in Plume, Goss183, and Origins Literary Review. His chapbook, For Those Whose Lives Have Seen Themselves: Poems (Finishing Line Press) was published in 2021. He has also been featured in "The Poet and the Poem" podcasts at The Library of Congress. He was educated at Union College (NY) and Harvard University, where he studied the relationship between religion and culture. A native of Boston, MA he resides in Annapolis, MD.