Katie Moulton

LecturerProfessional and Creative Writing

Katie Moulton is a lecturer of Contemporary and Creative Writing at Goucher College in Baltimore. She is a writer, editor and music journalist, and her work has appeared recently in Sewanee Review, The Rumpus, The Believer, Oxford American, No Depression, Catapult, Boulevard, Village Voice, Consequence, and many other publications. Her memoir is forthcoming from Audible. Her work has been supported by fellowships from MacDowell, Bread Loaf, Art Omi, Djerassi, Jentel Foundation, Hub City Writers Project, Tin House, Virginia Center for Creative Arts, Tulsa Artist Fellowship, Oklahoma Center for the Humanities, and Maryland State Arts Council. She completed her Master of Fine Arts in creative writing, with a specialization in fiction, in 2014 at Indiana University, where she also served as editor of Indiana Review. She teaches workshops in short story writing and creative nonfiction, as well as introduction to professional communication for a broad range of students. She teaches and lectures elsewhere on contemporary music journalism.

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Audible, Dead Dad Club, forthcoming, memoir.

The Rumpus, “System Failure,” 2021, essay.

No Depression, “Grace Lands,” 2021, article.

Sewanee Review, “The Middle,” 2021, essay.

The Believer, “Purchasing Powers,” 2020, essay.

No Depression, “Relics for Sale,” 2019, essay.

Oxford American, “Liner Notes: Linda Martell,” 2019, essay.

Walls Divide Press, Tulsa Time, 2019, essay/art zine.

Catapult, “The Woman in the Wall,” 2018, essay.

Boulevard, “On Bob Dylan’s Nobel,” 2017, essay.

Tin House, “Dust in the Wind,” 2017, essay.

Exhibits or Performances

Art Omi Residents, Nuyorican Poets Café, New York, 2021.

Drinking Club Reading Series, Baltimore, 2020.

Seven Minutes in Heaven Reading Series, Tulsa, 2019.

External Awards, Honors, Grants

MacDowell Fellow, 2021.

Art Omi Alum-in-Residence, 2012.

Maryland State Arts Council Artist Grant, 2021.

Oklahoma Center for Humanities Public Fellow, 2019-2020.

Tulsa Artist Fellowship, 2019-2020.

Tin House Scholarship, Summer Writers Workshop, 2019.

Djerassi Residency Fellowship, 2018.

Jentel Foundation Artist Residency, 2018.

Hub City Writer-in-Residence, 2018.

Virginia Center for Creative Arts Residency Fellowship, 2017.

Bread Loaf Writers Conference Work-Study Scholarship, 2015-2017.

Art Omi Literary Fellow, 2014.

Guy Lemmon Award for Public Writing, 2013-2014.

Driftless Prize in Fiction, Devil’s Lake, 2013.

Omar Castaneda Fellowship in Fiction, 2011-2013.

Writer in the World Travel Fellowship to Nepal, 2011.

Dever Fellowship for Creative Writing, 2008.

Bishop Kelleher First Prize for Poetry, 2008.

Boston College Arts Council Award, 2008.

Cardinal Cushing Prize in Fiction, 2008, 2006.

Conference Papers & Panel Participation

“Songs to be Sung,” World of Bob Dylan Conference, Institute of Bob Dylan Studies, Tulsa, 2021.

“Emo & Memory,” Pop Music Conference, Pop Museum, Seattle, 2020.

“Queer Art, Magic & Witchcraft,” Hotel Selina, Art Week, Mexico City, 2020.

“Critics Roundtable: Taylor Swift,” Consequence of Sound, podcast, 2019.

“The Global MFA: Travel, Displacement and Writing,” AWP, Los Angeles, 2016.

Invited Talks

Goucher Young Writers Program, 2021.

Creative Writing Alumni Panel, Boston College, 2021.

Advanced Creative Nonfiction, Warren Wilson College, 2021.

Publishing Creative Nonfiction, Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, 2021.

Writing Through Music, University of Tulsa, 2020.

The Post-MFA Hustle, Newport MFA, Salve Regina University, 2020.

Reported and Personal Essays, Warren Wilson College, 2020.

Writing the Zeitgeist, University of Tulsa, 2019.

Writing About Music, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2019.

Arts Writing Careers, Eagle Rock School, Estes Park, Colorado, 2019.