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Gabriel Moseley

Gabriel Moseley is a writer from Seattle, Washington. He earned an MFA from the University of North Carolina Wilmington. His short story, “A Man Stands Tall,” was awarded The Masters Review Anthology Prize in 2017, selected by Roxane Gay. He received the General Motors’ Future Fiction Scholarship to attend Aspen Summer Words in 2023. He has been selected for residencies at The Vermont Studio Center, the Centrum Artist Residency, and the Seattle Public Library’s Writers’ Room Residency. He has also been named as a finalist for LitMag’s Virginia Woolf Award for Short Fiction, the Made at Hugo House Writing Fellowship, and the Haleakalā National Park Artist in Residence Program. He has attended the Sewanee Writers’ Conference and Disquiet International, among others. He works as a guest editor for The Masters Review and CRAFT Literary Magazine.

2024 Writers Program