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Harry L. Mora

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Harry Mora was born September 8, 1976 in New York City. Raised in what was formerly known as “Hell’s Kitchen,” his family later settled in the Newark suburb of Harrison, New Jersey. He is a graduate of Seton Hall Preparatory School for Boys and The Art Institute of New York City. Harry also attended Seton Hall University.

Harry’s writings lean towards the darker aspects of love and life, often brutally expressing feelings of loss and heartbreak. His work began primarily as a way to exorcise his own inner demons and see a light at the end of the proverbial tunnel. Finding the journey a long and difficult one, he decided to settle into the darkness.

He has found some interest in his writings, and established a following on the internet affectionately known as “Misery Inc.”

Harry is currently working on a full length novel along with an endless array of poems and short stories. You can find some of his works and prolific poetry at or

Correspondence is welcome at You can befriend Harry at

Publishing credits:

Poem, “Of Sun and Shadow”
Whispered Words, anthology,
Dogma Publications UK
December 2005, ISBN 1-84591-016-8

Short Story, “That Empty Feeling”
Black Oak Presents, Volume 1, Issue 3,
July 2007, ISSN 1934-9092

Short Story, “A Little Death”
Horrotica Online, Volume 2, Issue 3
September 2007

Short Story, “A Little Death”
Black Oak Presents, Volume 1, Issue 4,
October 2007, ISSN 1934-9092

Short Story, “An Empty Place”
Bewildering Stories, issue 270
December 3, 2007

Short Story, “The Turning”
Horrotica Online
TBA, 2007/08

Copyright © 2007 by Harry L. Mora

Bewildering Stories bibliography

Prose Fiction Poetry
An Empty Place How Did Love Go?

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