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Author: Gary Worth Moody

Gary Worth Moody was born in Texas and grew up on farms and ranches in Texas and New Mexico. He is a graduate of St. John's College, Santa Fe, New Mexico. He first learned of the suffragist struggles at the Occoquan Workhouse while studying in George Mason University's MFA program in Fairfax, Virginia. As a member of the Friends of Brentsville Courthouse Historic Centre, he was instrumental in efforts to restore the historic village of Brentsville, Virginia where Agnes was tried and executed. His first poetry collection, HAZARDS OF GRACE, was published by Red Mountain Press in 2012. His poems have appeared in numerous journals on both sides of the Atlantic. Gary lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico with the artist and writer Oriana Rodman, two dogs, and a red-tailed hawk.

Hazards of Grace

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Hazards of Grace

Red Mountain Press

Poetry. Gary Worth Moody's HAZARDS OF GRACE journeys through landscapes, natural and familial that bridge the 20th and 21st centuries. The work harnesses the tension between lyric and narrative forms to mirror the collective memory of a generation b...

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Occoquan
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Occoquan

Red Mountain Press

Poetry. Women's Studies. African American Studies. Native American Studies. With lyric and narrative language OCCOQUAN maps the lives of nineteenth century slaves and of women who championed the twentieth century struggle for the right to vote. The ...

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