Jacqueline Moore

Jacqueline Moore Chasing the Grass public reading Portland Maine

Jacqueline Moore grew up in Depression-era Greenwich Village, left for Europe in the early ’50s, moved to Ann Arbor in the ’70s, and later to Boston where she studied poetry with Seamus Heaney. She spent many years living off the grid in the Maine woods. Her collection of eco-poetry, Chasing the Grass, was published by Littoral in 2019. Her poems also appear in Balancing Act 2, A Dangerous New World, and Enough!

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