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Liberal Arts

Christian Magallanes Moody

Christian Magallanes Moody

Title Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing & LLC Coordinator
Department Liberal Arts
Phone 216.421.7000

Courses  Graphic Narratives | Science Fiction + Fantasy | Writing + Inquiry I: Basic Composition + Contemporary Ideas | Writing + Inquiry III: Narrative Forms

Christian Magallanes Moody is the author of Lost in the Forest of Mechanical Birds. His website is christianmoody.com

Dr. Moody earned his MFA in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, and his PhD in English from the University of Cincinnati. His fiction has been published by Esquire, The Cincinnati Review, The Collagist, Alaska Quarterly Review, Faultline, and other literary journals. His stories have been anthologized in the collections Best New American Voices and Best American Fantasy. His poems have appeared in Indiana Review and Sonora Review.

Moody was awarded a 2015 Al Smith Fellowship for Individual Excellence in the Arts and was the 2014 Sarabande Books Writer-in-Residence at Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest. He is currently at work on a novel, and he is represented by literary agent Reneé Zuckerbrot of New York literary agency Massie & McQuilkin (MMQLIT.com).

Degree
MFA Creative Writing, Syracuse University
MS English Education, Syracuse University
PhD, English and Fiction Writing, University of Cincinnati

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