Nathan Alexander Moore, from Louisville, is a genderfluid writer, scholar and dreamer. He's an alumni of the University of Kentucky, where he earned a BA in English. Currently, he is a graduate student at SUNY Buffalo, pursuing degrees in creative writing and African American literature and culture. He is interested in critical and creative methods to explore the nuances of blackness, queerness, memory, and history. He writes both poetry and speculative fiction that centers the experiences of queers of color, always striving to create art that is equally beautiful as it is brutal.
For more information about Nathan Alexander Moore and his research visit
- "Writing The Next Chapter: Nathan Moore," College of Arts & Sciences - African American & Africana Studies
- Moore, Nathan A., "Constructing National Memory: The Problematics of Resistance & Remembrance in the WPA Slave Narrative Collections" (2015). Library Student Employees' Research
- Moore, Nathan A., "Subjugation and the Supernatural: The Ethnogothic in African American Letters" (2015). Breathitt Lectureship.
- Moore, Nathan A. “An Ode to Wildseeds: Black Girls, Creativity, and the Making of Freedom.” Departures in Critical Qualitative Research 6, no. 3 (2017): 98-115. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1525/dcqr.2017.6.3.98
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