I live in a tiny cabin off-grid in southeast Alaska with two electric guitars and no electricity. I like to cut firewood while listening to Pride and Prejudice. I like veggie burgers with bacon.
I’ve circled the globe and been to two dozen countries, hitchhiked just about every form of transportation except an airplane or horse. Once, I hitchhiked a sailboat across the Atlantic Ocean.
I’ve had work published in print, online literary magazines and in a travel essay anthology. I am at work on two books and looking for literary representation.
Check out links to some of my published writing in the menu, read online pieces, and follow me on Instagram (joeaultmoore).
Fresh off the notebook:
- Grail Dancer Part Three. Of Whales and Heaving-toThese are the numbers. The S/V Grail Dancer, a wooden main tops’l schooner built by Wayne Loiselle, and finished in 2000. Grail Dancer’s length overall […]
- Grail Dancer Part 2: TrialogueA ship sails on stories as much as wind and water: — Did you ever see ‘Round Cape Horn? —Oh, I love that one. I know […]
- Grail Dancer Part One: The LeavingBlessingMay there always be water under your keelAnd the wind blowing off of your quarterMay your journeys take you to places afarAnd your arrivals be done […]
- Thoughts While Quarantined In A Cabin In The Woods In Alaska:Paper towels and newspapers don’t clog outhouses. Fake news can’t reach you if you don’t have electricity. Can salmon be used as a form of currency? […]
- We Talk About The Time When There Were SalmonJoe Aultman-Moore Can we have nostalgia for the time and place in which we currently live? The Chilkat River is a fifty-two mile long wild river […]