Intellectual Heritage, Poet, Innovative U.S. Poetries, Creative Non-Fiction


Andrew Mossin is a poet and scholar of contemporary American poetry.  His writing and research interests include innovative U.S. poetry and poetics, African American poetry, and contemporary political theory. He has taught creative writing, literature, and composition at Rutgers University, Shippensburg University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Princeton University. He is an Associate Professor (TI) in the Intellectual Heritage Program at Temple University and Visiting Faculty in the Language & Thinking Program at Bard College. 

Curriculum Vitae

Selected Publications


  • North & East: Daybooks 
  • The Fire Cycle 
  • Stanzas for the Preparation of Perception 
  • Torture Papers 
  • Exile's Recital 
  • The Veil 
  • The Epochal Body 


  • A Son From the Mountains 


  • Male Subjectivity and Poetic Form in "New American" Poetry

Courses Taught

  • Intellectual Heritage I: The Good Life
  • Intellectual Heritage II: The Common Good
  • Language & Thinking (Bard College)
  • Creative Writing (multi-genre): University of Pennsylvania
  • The Art of Memoir (Princeton)
  • Discourses in the Professions (Rutgers University)