Thorpe Moeckel is author of the chapbook Meltlines and three books of poetry – Odd Botany, Making a Map of the River, and Venison. His writings have appeared widely in journals, magazines, and anthologies. He has worked as a river guide, a handyman, in restaurants, retail, and as an adventure-based counselor for court-ordered teens. For the last eight years, he has lived near the Upper James River in Western Virginia, where he teaches in the MFA Program at Hollins University and helps his wife Kirsten and their three kids work a small, diversified farm, this one: Arcadia Farm
Please click on covers to the left for more information on my books as well as anthologies that include my work.
Reading, UNC-Greensboro. April 11, 2013
Panel Presentation, University of Kansas. May 30, 2013 ASLE Tenth Biennial Conference
Shaping Drafts: Advanced Poetry Workshop. June 9-14, 2013 Tinker Mountain Writer’s Workshop
Two Classes @ A Taproot Gathering at Squam, Sept 11-15, 2013