Tania Moore’s fiction has appeared in Foundling Review, Pithead Chapel, Cleaver, The Madison Review, The Flexible Persona, Menda City Review, and many others. Her short story, “Toroid” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize, and she was a semi-finalist for the VanderMey Nonfiction Prize, the William Van Dyke Short Story Prize, and a finalist for the bosque Fiction Prize. Her work has been anthologized in Up, Do Flash Fiction by Women Authors, Crack the Spine, and SIBLINGS: Our First Macrocosm.
Tania earned her BA from Yale College and her MFA from Columbia University School of the Arts, where she was the recipient of the C. Woolrich Fellowship for fiction. She teaches creative writing through her Stories Alive! Writing Workshops, is founder of the Contemporary Fiction Collective in New York City, and is storyteller and founding member of St. Barnabas Church’s Rhythms of Grace, a multi-sensory, faith-based service for families with children of special needs. A passionate mentor, Tania loves the way the crafting of a story or poem can give a student a sense of radical discovery, a place of revelation, and the chance to make mud puddles in the rain.
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