About Me

Emma Moser grew up in a homeschooling New England family of eight, where she was instilled with a nostalgic love for old literature, classical music, and traditional art. As of Fall 2015, she is pursuing graduate studies in creative writing as an MFA candidate at Southern Connecticut State University, with a concentration in fiction. She is a recent alumni of Westfield State University, where in May 2015 she graduated summa cum laude with her B.A. in English and a minor in music. Previously, she received an Associate's in Liberal Arts at Springfield Technical Community College, graduating with honors.

Her writing interests include fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry. She is a fiction editor to Noctua Review, SCSU's national literary journal, and a former contributor at Writers Get Together, where this blog has been featured multiple times.

During her undergraduate studies, as a member of the Sigma Tau Delta English Honors Society, Emma attended the Sigma Tau Delta International Convention in Albuquerque, NM in March 2015, where she presented her original fiction work to English students and faculty from across the nation.

When she's not writing, Emma spends most days relishing in the small pleasures of life: good food, rich teas, deep conversations, and staring at clouds.

Emma has over thirty published works in various international and local literary venues. For a complete list of published and upcoming works, please visit the Publications page.

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