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Moreau to read at ECU Alumni Reading, Nov. 14, 2012

The following Creative Writing alumni will be reading from their works on Nov. 14:

Mary Carroll-Hackett, currently associate professor of English and director of the Creative Writing program at Longwood University, published “The Real Politics of Lipstick,” a book of prose poems (Slipstream Press).

Joseph Horst’s 10-minute play “Calliope” was recently chosen as a finalist in Napa Valley Playhouse’s 8 x 10 Festival of Ten Minute Plays, and will be performed in December at the Napa Valley Playhouse in Napa, CA. “Calliope” is also being performed in October in San Diego, CA at the North Park Playwright Festival.  Horst is a teaching instructor in the ECU English Department. More info:

Al Maginnes, who teaches English at Wake Tech Community College, studied creative writing at ECU when he was an undergraduate here in the 1980s. He is the author of nine volumes of poetry, including the award-winning “Ghost Alphabet.” His latest book, “Inventing Constellations,” was published in October.  Further info:

Claudine Moreau, currently a lecturer in physics and astronomy at Elon University, earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in physics at ECU, but took creative writing workshops in both poetry and fiction. Her first book of poems, “Dark Machines,” has been described as “suburban gothic poetry,” and contains a poem that won first place ($1000) in last year’s Pinch Literary Awards. Her website is; info about the book, including reviews, is at

In July, Megan Roberts published Matters of Record, a chapbook of poems based on the lives, crimes, and executions of female Death Row inmates in the U.S.  Roberts, who writes both fiction and poetry, got her M.A. at ECU before going on to NC State for an MFA.  She teaches at Methodist University in Fayetteville.

Amy Willoughby-Burle took both graduate and undergraduate creative writing courses at ECU in the 1990s. Her first book, a collection of short stories called “Out Across the Nowhere,” was published by Press 53 last month. She lives in Asheville, where she works as a freelance editor and edits the journal Blue Lotus Review.  Willoughby-Burle’s website:




Wonderful write up in the Fuquay-Varina Independent on Moreau

Nancy Young wrote up just the nicest article about my upcoming reading at Lazy Lion Books in Fuquay-Varina.



Claudine R. Moreau, Featured Poet at Lazy Lion Books, October 18, 2012

Claudine R. Moreau will read from her debut collection Dark Machines on Thursday, October 18, 2012 at Lazy Lion Books. ”She is able to incorporate her vast knowledge of physics into her poetry, which sets her apart from other writers of her generation,” says Ron Rash, The New York Times bestselling author of Serena. Jan B. Parker, the host and creator of Third Thursday at Lazy Lion says, ”Her command of the language is exquisite, and her ability to connect poetry so deeply with the human experience is beyond compare.”

Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012
LAZY LION BOOKS, 601 E. Broad St., Fuquay-Varina, NC
5-6pm Browse & Buy,
6pm Featured Reader, poet CLAUDINE MOREAU
6:30 Open Mic…
party at Jan’s, 8:30-midnite, wear boo-mask & BYOB.

Claudine Moreau to read at Malaprop’s Cafe and Bookstore in Asheville, NC

As part of the Malaprop’s Cafe and Bookstore monthy Poetrio event, Daniel Nathan Terry, Alex Grant, and Claudine R. Moreau will read from their collections WaxwingsPoems of Wing Lei and Dark Machines, respectively.

Poetrio takes place on Sunday, October 7, 2012 at 3PM.


Malaprop’s Cafe and Bookstore is located at 55 Haywood Street, Asheville, NC.




















Moreau at McIntyre’s Fine Books

My reading at McIntyre’s Fine Books went great! The event was well attended, and many of my friends showed up to support me. This was my first public reading to promote my new chapbook, Dark Machines.I started off reading my poem “Upon Seeing an Ex-boyfriend in an After-sex Scene on a Daytime Soap,” and then ended with some new astronomy-themed poems. Here’s a photo of me with Jessi and Luke who drove all the way from Greenville to see me read. I was also so happy to see my friends Betsy Rack, Chris Vitiello, Chris Fox, Michael Puchley, Dorothy Arida, and Ed Cockrell. A glorious day of poetry, and then great conversation and wine on the patio.

Claudine Moreau to read at McIntyre’s Fine Books, Sept. 23, 2012

Moreau will read from her poetry collection titled Dark Machines at McIntyre's Fine Books on Sept. 23. 2012.

Claudine Moreau, David Radovich, and Katherine Soniat are the featured poets on September 23, 2012 at McIntyre’s Fine Books. Readings start promptly at 2PM.

The North Carolina Poetry Society sponsors a monthly reading series at McIntyre’s Fine Books, a lovely independent bookstore located in Fearrington Village, which is in Chatham County, halfway between Chapel Hill and Pittsboro off of 15-501, featuring two to three NCPS members with books. They are always lively, entertaining, and for the past several years, poetry lovers have made the series a great success by continuing to come back each month.

Readings always begin at 2 pm on the fourth Sunday of each month.





Claudine Moreau reads at 2012 Nazim Hikmet Poetry Festival

I had the opportunity to represent the North Carolina Poetry Society at the 2012 Nazim Hikmet Poetry Festival in Cary, NC along with poets Celisa Steele and David Manning. The highlight of the day was the reading by Guggenheim Fellow Joseph Millar.


Claudine Moreau represented the NCPS at the Nazim Hikmet Poetry Festival
















Dark Machines, poetry by Claudine R. Moreau now available!

Dark Machines, a collection of poetry by Claudine R. Moreau has been released in paperback today! Kindle and other epub formats are soon to follow.













Buy Dark Machines here.

Or here.

Dark Machines is coming soon!

My first chapbook of poetry Dark Machines is forthcoming by Fugitive Poets Press. Dark Machines will be available in print and in e-pub formats. More information will follow.


cover photo by Lucia Holm



Claudine R. Moreau Wins the 2011 The Pinch Literary Awards Poetry Prize

Claudine R. Moreau, lecturer in the Physics Department at Elon University, won first place in the 2011 The Pinch Literary Awards contest in poetry. Her poem titled “Father-in-Law in His Tighty-Whities” was selected by the poet Jeffrey McDaniel to receive a $1000 prize and publication of the poem in the Spring 2012 issue.

The announcement is up at The Pinch.