Marilyn K. Moody

Poet and Author

Marilyn K. Moody grew up on the pancake-flat prairie of Central Illinois — and still prefers open spaces and distant horizons. Two of her recent poems are included in a 2020 Colorado Book Award winner, Rise: An Anthology of Change, published by Northern Colorado Writers. She has also published poems in Progenitor Art & Literary Journal and The Great Isolation: Colorado Creativity in the Time of the Pandemic. Her poem, “Bomb Friday at the Library,” is a 2020 Pushcart Prize Nominee. She is a member of the Lighthouse Writers Workshop, Northerm Colorado Writers, and the Poetry Society of Colorado. She lives near Denver.

 

Poetry

"Bomb Friday at the Library"

Published in Progenitor Art & Literary Journal, v. 55, 2020, p. 17.  2020 Pushcart Prize Nominee.

Progenitor v. 55 cover

"Suffocation"

Published in Rise: An Anthology of Change. Northern Colorado Writers. 2019, p.18. Rise is a 2020 Colorado Book Award Winner.

Rise Cover

"The Last Wheat Field"

Published in Rise: An Anthology of Change. Northern Colorado Writers. 2019, p.88. Rise is a 2020 Colorado Book Award Winner. 

Rise Cover

"Portland Streetcar Dance"

Published in Progenitor Art & Literary Journal, v. 54, 2019, p.33.

"Blue Turf Creation Myth"

Forthcoming 2021 in Fresh Starts. Pikes Peak Writers.

"Covid Dreams"

Published in The Great Isolation: Colorado Creativity in the Time of the Pandemic, Western Colorado University GPCW. 2020, p. 102-3.

Great Isolation Cover

"Corn Season"

Forthcoming 2021 in Chiaroscuro: An Anthology of Virtue & Vice. Northern Colorado Writers.

Corn on the Cob

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