Hillary Moses Mohaupt is a listmaker: she’s a writer, editor, communications consultant, museum enthusiast, public historian, grammarian, and francophile.
She holds a BA in History from Macalester College, with an emphasis on women’s history and public history and minors in French Studies and American Ethnic Studies. She received an MA in European History and a graduate certificate in Museum Studies from University of Delaware, as well as an MFA in Writing from Pacific University.
Her work has been published in Brevity’s blog, The Writer’s Chronicle, The Christian Century, Distillations Magazine, Split Lip, Lady Science, the Journal of the History of Biology, and Horizons. She’s the social media editor for Hippocampus Magazine, and she’s one half of the Screen Sirens.
They say the sky is the same everywhere. Travelers, the skipwrecked, exiles, and the dying take comfort from the thought, and no doubt if you are of the mystical tendency, consolation and even explanation shower down from the unbroken surface.