Anthony J. Mohr was born and raised in Los Angeles, where he continues to live and write. His short stories and creative nonfiction have appeared in, among other places, The Christian Science Monitor, The Coachella Review, Currents, Diverse Voices Quarterly, Eclectica, Literary House Review, Oracle, River Poets Journal, War, Literature & the Arts, Word Riot, Workers Write!, ZYZZYVA, and two volumes of Chicken Soup for the Soul. A three-time Pushcart Prize nominee, he has studied craft with Bernard Cooper, Tom Jenks, Jim Shepard (at the Sirenland Writers Conference), Rebecca McClanahan (at the Kenyon Review Writers Workshop), and Al Young (at the Squaw Valley Community of Writers). In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, sailing, travel, and improv theater. He has lived and studied in Europe and South America.
Favorite memoirist: Tobias Wolff
Select Works Online:
- The Invisibles – The Coachella Review
- 26.9 – Diverse Voices Quarterly
- My Father, In the Dark – Eclectica