Moira Walsh 🔈
Abecedarian for K. M. H. of Chatterbox Press.
A bold collection. Deftly embroidered freeform garments. High-inseam jeans, killer looks. Merino, nylon, or polyester quilting. Recycled silk taffeta under velvet. Weird xenon-yellow zippers.
About the Author
Michigan-born Moira Walsh makes her home in southern Germany and translates for a living. Her poems can be found in Bennington Review, Denver Quarterly, Poetry Northwest, Streetcake Magazine, and elsewhere. In 2021, Moira was the inaugural Anne-Marie Oomen Fellow at Poetry Forge, a Thomas Lux Scholar at the Palm Beach Poetry Festival, and a finalist for the Joy Harjo Poetry Prize. She has one Pushcart nomination and no university degree. Find her online at linktr.ee/moira_walsh.