Clay Moldenhauer, UVA grad and Dupont scholar, is the runner-up of 2019’s JMRL–Writerhouse Adult Poetry Contest with his poem “Make Fire.” His on-the-web-poems (Fragments) provided metaphoric support in 2015 for India’s annual festival Hindu Lit for Life. His writing and poetry have appeared in the UVA Cavalier Daily, the UVA Magazine, Zerox Education Publications, Storer Cable Media Services, The National Library of Poetry, and the Ligmincha Institute of Tibetan Studies.
For 10 years, he was a Wellness Curriculum Developer and Trainer for the government. For another 10, he was a certified public high school teacher in English, Creative Writing, and Physics. For 5 years, an in-Home Counselor, and one summer, a Visiting Artist in Poetry at the UVA-Curry School of Education. He was a pioneer in cut-out-writing poems (magnetic poetry), with exhibits at the Lynchburg, Virginia Fine Arts Center. He uses Medium.com to show recent work.
WHAT WRITERHOUSE STUDENTS ARE SAYING ABOUT CLAY
Clay is a new instructor to WriterHouse. Check back after the Fall 2019 Semester to see what his students said.