The Literary Magazine of the Association of Literary Scholars, Critics, and Writers
Author: Stanley Moss
Stanley Moss was born in Woodhaven, Queens in 1925. He started writing poetry eighty-nine years ago. He enlisted in the US Navy when he was seventeen. He was educated at Trinity College and Yale University. He worked as an editor at New Directions, New American Library, Book Week, and New American Review. He taught English in Barcelona and Rome and worked at Botteghe Oscure. He taught briefly in China and Japan. In 1977, he founded Sheep Meadow Press, a nonprofit publishing company that publishes poetry and belles lettres. He is translated into German by Hans Magnus Enzensberger, into Chinese by Fu Hao, and into Spanish by Valerie Mejer. He lives on a farm in Clinton Corners, New York.
A book of his poems, Not Yet, was published in September by Seven Stories Press, distributed by Random House. A new book, Always Alwaysland, will be published by Seven Stories Press, distributed by Random House, in June 2022. A selected poems is due to be published by Carcanet in the U.K. in 2022.