George Moore is the author of the recent collection, The Hermits of Dingle (FutureCycle Press, 2013). His poetry has appeared in The Atlantic, Poetry, North American Review, Colorado Review, Dublin Review, and elsewhere. Earlier collections include Headhunting (Mellen, 2002) and The Petroglyphs at Wedding Rocks (Mellen, 1997), as well as a critical study of Gertrude Stein (Peter Lang, 1998). Nominated for Pushcart Prizes, Best of the Web and Net Awards, and the Rhysling Poetry Award, he has been a finalists for The National Poetry Series, The Brittingham Award, Anhinga's Poetry Prize, and other national books awards. Moore has traveled extensively in Asia, Europe and Central and South America, all of which experiences inform his work. In recent years, he has held writer’s residencies in Greece, Iceland, Portugal, Spain, and Canada. He lives with his wife, the Canadian poet Tammy Armstrong, in Nova Scotia and the foothills of Colorado.