MOSS is a literary journal of writing from the Pacific Northwest. Published annually, Moss is dedicated to exploring the intersection of place and creative expression, while exposing the region’s outstanding writers to a broad audience of readers, critics, and publishers. Since its debut issue in the summer of 2014, Moss has received praise for its sharp design, strong editorial hand, and its commitment to supporting new and emerging writers.
Moss was founded by Connor Guy, a book editor in New York City, and Alex Davis-Lawrence, a filmmaker and creative producer based in Los Angeles. Both were born and raised in Seattle.
M. Allen Cunningham
Steven L. Moore
Director of Outreach
Moss is a subscriber-supported journal. We are particularly grateful to our Supporters—Ryan Baker, Thomas Beck, Alayna Becker, Scabland Books, Amy Cash, Breda Davis-Maloney, Ambrose Eng, Calder Bragdon Fong, Kris Hattori, Anastasia Hilton, Melissa Huggins, Alexander Maksik, Shannon McMonagle, Julia Schwarz, Madelyn Smith, Maya Sonenberg, Chris Thompson, Gina Williams, and Amanda Wong—and to our Patrons—Diann Barry and Mark Guy, Max Boyd, Alba Conte, Diane Davis, Ronnie-Gail Emden, Joan Flores, Naomi Gibbs, Joe Grube, Paul Lawrence and Cynthia Jones, Tod Marshall, Colleen McMonagle and Anthony Peters, Delaney Nye, Vicki Platts-Brown, Valarie Smith, Kaye and Robert Woods, and Ilana Woods. To learn more about subscription levels and how you can help support Moss, visit our Patreon.