A A Moore is a London based British writer, predominantly focused on prose and poetic narrative.

Her work has been described as dark, unsettling and often tragic. Her meticulous writing style strives to convey feeling through atmospheric worlds, while much of her work to date centers around issues of identity and the struggle to maintain a sense of self. The worlds she creates are often moulded and distorted by her character’s mental states.

“I want to write like Picasso paints – not to write the thing, but how the thing feels.” 

Moore has a 1st Class BA Hons in English Literature and Creative Writing, and received her Masters in Script Writing (with a Merit) from Goldsmiths, University of London. She won the Short Fiction Prize for ‘Words, Pauses, Noises’ and her winning story The Water Festival is published in their First Anthology.

Moore writes to better understand the world around her, and to create work that is honest, challenging and pushes the boundaries past comfort.