Stewart Moss

As the 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. Moss has essays included in “Retire the Colors: Veterans & Civilians on Iraq & Afghanistan” (Hudson Whitman/Excelsior College Press, 2016) and Plume Literary Journal, and poetry in the spring ’16 edition of Origins Literary Review. 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. A native of Boston, MA he resides in Annapolis, MD. His chapbook For Those Whose Lives Have Seen Themselves: Poems is forthcoming from Finishing Line Press.


  • Mid-March

    If, when I sit here in my study
  • The Book of Forgotten Geniuses

    I can understand why the Egyptians
  • Morning Hunger

    Why not in the icy clarity of morning,
  • Holiday Candle

    Thank you for your kind gift
  • Hogmanay, Edinburgh

    Past the iron fence on Princes Street
  • For Those Whose Lives Have Seen Themselves

    Welcome all who have traveled the long road