N. West Moss is “Uniquely Illuminating”
April 5, 2017 Leave a comment
On her blog, N. West Moss writes that she’s “new-ish to the world of publishing and professional writing,” but her work feels far from amateur. She says “she’s always seeking out authors to hear about their processes, what they’re facing, what they read, and how they get their work done,” and I think we’re all participants in that, having fallen in love with the literary scene. Moss’ work has appeared in The New York Times, The Saturday Evening Post, The Blotter and elsewhere.
Her fiction collection The Subway Stops at Bryant Park will be released on May 16 and has been reviewed by Kirkus, praising “Moss’ ability to probe the rich, complicated depths of those the city views as ordinary – its doormen, library workers, waitresses, and bench-sitters – and capture the profound currents of emotion found in the everyday animates this collection and makes it uniquely illuminating. Definitely worth reading.”
For a sample of what the collection has to offer, read “Dad Died” over at Lunch Ticket or “The Absence of Sound” at Neworld Review.
Follow N. West Moss on Facebook and Twitter for updates. Catch her upcoming literary events on Thursday, May 11th at 7:00 pm at the Desmond-Fish Library in Garrison, NY or on Tuesday, May 16th at 7:00 pm at Book Culture in New York, NY.