A quiet man who works at the New York Public Library contemplates the space created by absences, both recent and in the past. More
About: N. West Moss
N. West Moss — winner of the 2015 Fiction Contest with “Omeer’s Mangoes” — graduated with her MFA from William Paterson University in 2013 at age 49. She has won several awards — the Faulkner-Wisdom Award and Diana Woods Memorial Award for Creative Nonfiction — for her work, which has appeared primarily in literary journals, including The Westchester Review, The Blotter, and Hospital Drive. Moss has just completed a collection of short stories, including “Omeer’s Mangoes,” titled Bryant Park Variations.