Moore Bowen is a pseudonym used by the exceedingly talented author Alice Bolstridge, a retired English teacher with a Ph. D. in English Literature from Oklahoma State University.

She has more than 100 publications of poems, stories, and essays in a wide variety of literary magazines and anthologies: Cimarron Review (1985 winner, Oklahoma State University Poetry and Fiction Awards); Licking River Review (1991 Best of Issue Poetry Prize); Intricate Weave, Iris Editions; Passager (winner 1995 Passager Poet Award); Nimrod (finalist, Pablo Neruda Poetry Award); Out of Line; Wolf Moon Journal; Café Review, Maine in Print (winner 2005 Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance, Poetry Competition); and many others.

She is the author of a chapbook of poems, Chance & Choice and won the 2013 Kenneth Patchen Award for Experimental Fiction for her novel, Oppression for the Heaven of It, written under her Moore Bowen pseudonym and published by the Journal of Experimental Fiction.

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