G. H. Mosson is the author of two full-length books and three chapbooks of poetry, including Family Snapshot as a Poem in Time (Finishing Line Press 2019). The Kirkus Review called Family Snapshot, “A profound and heartfelt meditation on the meaning of parenthood.”

His third full-length, BECOMING, is forthcoming from David Robert Books, an imprint of Word Tech Editions, in 2025. He’s also the author of literary reviews, and when time permits, essays and scholarship.

His poetry has appeared in The Tampa Review, The Hollins Critic, Free State Review, The Potomac Review, Smartish Pace, Loch Raven Review, Evening Street Review, and has been nominated four times for the Pushcart Prize. Over the years, he has reviewed poetry for the Heavy Feather Review (U.S.), Loch Raven Review (Md.), The Baltimore Review (Md.), Boxcar Poetry Review (Ca.), Broadkill Review (De.), JMWW Journal (U.S.), and on the blog on this Web site.

Mosson has an MA from The Johns Hopkins Writing Seminars, where he focused on prosody and attended on a teaching fellowship, and MFA in poetry from New England College, where he soaked up the creativity and had a whale of a time. His writing and literary projects also have received support from The Puffin Foundation of New Jersey, The Baltimore Office of Promotion and The Arts, and a research grant from the University of Baltimore.

If he had to choose coffee or tea, well, he would choose coffee, almost all of the time. If he had to choose coffee or ice cream, he’d still choose coffee most of the time.

As said by Jack Gilbert, “We must admit there will be music despite everything.”


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“Don’t dream your life, but live your dream.”

–Mark Twain


It was two white horses, the omnibus horses unhitched that morning by Bossuet. They had been straying all day from street to street and had finally stopped there, with the weary patience of brute beasts that no more understood the actions of man than man understands the actions of providence.

– Victor Hugo, Les Miserables

(trans. Christine Donougher, Penguin Classics, 2013, p. 1007)