CV

Anthony Moll

  • Five years of experience teaching a variety of writing courses
  • Experience delivering instruction through traditional, hybrid and online modes with both Blackboard and Sakai online learning platforms
  • Active writer and poet familiar with the contemporary publishing landscape
  • Strong digital & publishing proficiencies, including: Adobe Creative Suite, HTML, web and print design, DSLR photography, online learning platforms and a variety of social media tools.

Research Interests
Poetry and poetics
Creative nonfiction
LGBTQ studies
Contemporary American literature
Composition and research writing

Courses Taught
As Adjunct Professor, Stevenson University (Fall 2017 — Current)
Introduction to Creative Writing
Introduction to Journalism

As Adjunct Instructor, University of Baltimore (Fall 2013 – Summer 2017)
Topics in Community Studies: Your Baltimore
Composition and Research (traditional, hybrid and online)
College Composition
Developmental Writing 2
Developmental Writing 1

As Adjunct Lecturer of English, Morgan State University (Fall 2015)
Freshman Composition 2, Morgan State University

As Associate in Literature, University of California, Santa Cruz (Fall 2014)
Introduction to Creative Writing

Education
Morgan State University – PhD in English (Coursework complete, projected completion of dissertation: May 2019)
University of Baltimore –
MFA in Creative Writing and Publishing Arts (3.98)
University of Maryland University College – BA in Communication Studies,
2nd BA in Humanities (3.6)

Other Employment History
University of Baltimore
Coordinator of Military and Veteran Student Services (2014)
Marketing and Special Events Graduate Assistant (2011-2013)

Human Rights Campaign (2010-2011)
Communications and Marketing Assistant

U.S. Army (2002-2010)

Conferences and Non-credit Teaching
2017 – Creative Writing Studies Organization annual conference, “Womanist and Feminist Epistemologies and Teaching True Stories” (Forthcoming)

2017 – OutWriteDC:  1) “Poetry of Anger and Resistance”; 2) “LGBTQI+ Writers in the Classroom” (Forthcoming)

2017 – North Eastern Modern Language Association conference: “Social Identity, Affect and the First-year Writing Classroom”

2017 – Stevenson Summer Writing Workshop faculty

2016 – Knowledge Commons: “Ekphrastic Poetry”
2013 – University of Baltimore: “Veterans Panel on Returning to the University”
2013 – Hood College: “Beyond the LGB”

Publication History
Books
(Forthcoming, memoir. Winner of the OSU Non/Fiction Collection Prize)
Moll, Anthony. Out of Step. The Ohio State University Press (Mad Creek), 2018.

(Chapbook, poetry)
Moll, Anthony. Go to the Ant, O Sluggard. Akinoga Press, 2016.

Anthologies
Moll, Anthony. “Last Year.” Incoming. Edited by Justin Hundall. So Say We All, 2015.
Moll, Anthony. “My Side of the Fence” Plorkology. Edited by Meredith Purvis, Plork Press, 2013.

Journalism
Contributor, Baltimore City Paper (2014 – Current)
Contributor, Baltimore Gay Life (2012 – 2014)

Other literary projects
“Orpheus with the Awkward Foot” and “His Highness” shared via The Baltimore Ekphrasis Project

“Mk 19” and “Last Year” recorded by Incoming Radio for KPBS, San Diego

Producer, Two Baltimores Poetry Mixtape (Forthcoming)

Literary Journals
My short memoir or poetry has been featured in Assaracus, Seltzer Zine, Gertrude Journal, Wilde Magazine, O-Dark-Thirty, The Light Ekphrastic, Cobalt, The Avenue, Minetta Review and jubilat.

Membership, Volunteer and Committee History

  • Member – Association of Writers & Writers Programs
  • Member – Creative Writing Studies Organization
  • Vice President – English Graduate Organization, Morgan State University
  • Member – Student Affairs Leadership Team, 2014, University of Baltimore
  • Member – Veteran’s Week planning committee, 2013, 2014; University of Baltimore
  • Advisory Council member, 2013 – GLBT Community Center of Baltimore
  • Communication/Outreach committee, 2012 – Baltimore Pride

Awards

  • The Non/Fiction Collection Award, 2017. Ohio State University Press/The Journal. The prize is awarded annually to a book-length collection of short stories, essays, or a combination of the two. (In previous iterations the prize was known as the Sandstone Prize and The Ohio State University Prize in Short Fiction)
  • Outstanding Graduate Scholarship, 16-17. Morgan State University
  • Outstanding Graduate Scholarship, 15-16. Morgan State University
  • Semifinalist, 2016 Claudia Emerson Poetry Chapbook Award
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