About Julie L. Moore, M.A.
Professor Moore directed the University’s Writing Center at Cedarville University, and in 2008, she received the Dean’s Service Award for her work. She is also the author of the poetry books, Particular Scandals, published in 2013 in The Poiema Poetry Series by Cascade Books; Slipping Out of Bloom; and the chapbook, Election Day. Professor Moore has been nominated for the Best of the Net anthology and twice for the Pushcart Prize; she has also received the Editor’s Choice Award from Writecorner Press, the Rosine Offen Memorial Award from the Free Lunch Arts Alliance, and the Janet B. McCabe Poetry Prize from Ruminate. Her poems have appeared in over a hundred publications, such as Alaska Quarterly Review, American Poetry Journal, The Christian Century,Christianity and Literature, Cimarron Review, The Missouri Review Online, Nimrod International Journal, Poetry Daily, The Southern Review, Valparaiso Poetry Review, and Verse Daily.
You can learn more about her work at www.julielmoore.com.
Creative Writing and Poetry
Honors and Awards
- Editor's Choice Award, Writecorner Press - 2012
- International Merit Award, Atlanta Review - 2012
- Paul Mariani Scholarship for Excellence, The Glen Workshop - 2011
- Rosine Offen Memorial Award, Free Lunch Arts Alliance - 2009
- Judson Jerome Poetry Scholarship, Antioch Writer's Workshop - 2009
- Dean's Service Award, Cedarville University - 2008
- Janet B. McCabe Poetry Prize, Ruminate Magazine - 2008
- Writing Center Theory and Training
- Dramatic Literature
Particular Scandals: A Book of Poems Faculty Books (2013)
Broad in scope--theological, ecological, and personal--and acutely particular in details--witnessed and lived--the affecting poems in Particular Scandals explore how one endures suffering, avoiding the clichés of both bitterness and transcendence. Thus, while Moore's poetry depicts ...