a national online publication of woodbury university

Issue One (2017)

November 27, 2017 Dear Friends of MORIA, My name is Adelaide Ghisolfi, and I’m the Editor-in-Chief of MORIA, Woodbury University’s student-run, online, literary magazine for professional…

Sarah Blake

Snow White’s in Texas I went to a party on a ranch where everyone took off their clothes, playing strip beer pong, strip flip cup, strip…

Laura Cherry

Red After six straight days of snow, she is ready for a reason to leave, any reason. So she gathers her currants, her walnuts, her heavy…

Marcia Arrieta

In the Forest birds fly into one another I balance myself on a windmill live outside the margins I buy a pair of red shoes avoid…

Naoko Fujimoto

Pochi or Kuro Following the ghost dog down, Father implanted a stroke. It is resting in my great uncle’s side of the graveyard with people I…

William Doreski

The Duel in Eugene Onegin A man and dog are running through the woods. They blur and merge as they lope with legs extended. Now they’re…