Stephanie Mojica

Bio for 2018

Stephanie Mojica, a widely published former journalist who has interviewed Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, currently copyedits, proofreads, and writes – mostly non-fiction – for numerous websites and publications. Her non-fiction publication history includes “The Philadelphia Inquirer”, “The Virginian-Pilot”, “Realty411”, “Louisville Magazine”, “Today’s Woman”, and “The Courier-Journal”. Stephanie’s published poetry credits include “Open Minds Quarterly”, “The Stray Branch”, “Mad Swirl”, “Calliope Nerve”, and “The Mainichi Daily News”. Stephanie is a writing mentor and teacher through the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning in Lexington, and teaches in other organizations including the Fayette County Mental Health Court.

Reason for signing up:

I participated two years ago and it helped me write and revise poems.

Poems Submitted This Year:


Participated in the 2016 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2016 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge

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