BOOKS

Forthcoming novel (Summer 2018):

“A brilliant, visceral, sensual examination of the condition of being a woman, and the inherent struggles related to identity and authority that exist for all of us….[T]here’s no better literary mirror into which we should all gaze right now.”
Nylon Magazine, “50 Books We Can’t Wait to Read in 2018”

 

[Advance praise]

“Anna Moschovakis takes the reader straight to the terrifying edge: that moment where one ages out of youthfulness and begins to flutter in the debris of middle living, flattened out by technology, wild-goose chasing one’s data. Yet, the deeper we look into Eleanor’s unsettledness, the more we see and the more hope we find in her rhizomic wandering. This is a beautiful slow burn of a novel.”
—Renee Gladman

 

Eleanor, or, The Rejection of the Progress of Love is brilliant, inventive, funny, and full of sharp, keen insights. Anna Moschovakis is one of the most invigorating invigilators of our current moment, in all of its complexity and vexatious paradox. To paraphrase its protagonist, this book is a performance that is quality life—try now!”
—James Hannaham

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Poetry books:

theyandwe

They and We Will Get Into Trouble for This
Coffee House Press, 2016

[Best of 2016 lists]
BOMB, The New Yorker, Entropy, Knife Fork Book (Toronto)

[Reviews]
The Volta
Fanzine
The Georgia Review
Lit Hub
Bustle
Publishers Weekly
American Poet
New York Journal of Books
San Francisco Bay Guardian

[Interviews]
Rob Mclennan’s Blog
Flavorwire

 

youandthree300

You and Three Others Are Approaching a Lake
Coffee House Press, 2011
Winner, James Laughlin Award (Academy of American Poets)

[Reviews]
Lana Turner
Bookforum
The Rumpus
The Nation
Coldfront
H_NGM_N
Kenyon Review
Publishers Weekly
American Poet
New Pages
Galatea Resurrects
Hot Metal Bridge
The Volta

[Interviews]
The New Inquiry

 

ihavenot

I Have Not Been Able to Get Through to Everyone
Turtle Point Press, 2006
Finalist, Norma Farber First Book Prize (Poetry Society of America)

[Reviews] 
Bookforum
Publishers Weekly
Boston Review
Harriet
Galatea Resurrects
Bookslut
Smartish Pace

[Interviews]
The Conversant

 

CHAPBOOKS:

Anselm’s Half / Anna’s Half [New Lights Press, 2013. With Anselm Berrigan]

She Got Up [The Physiocrats, 2013]

7.7.11 / 1,400,000 [Dusie, 2012]

Film Two [Dusie, 2011]

The Human Machine [Dusie, 2010 PDF]

No Medea [Big Game Books, 2009]

The Tragedy of Waste [Belladonna* 2007]

Film One [Knock Off Books, 2006]

The Blue Book [Phylum Press, 2005]

Dependence Day Parade [Sisyphus, 2004]