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Spotlight On Writers

Moxie McMurder


  1. Where, do you hail from?

I hail from Aberdeen, Scotland but I live in England.

  1. What is the greatest thing about the place you call home?

While Scotland is my motherland, I call Hertfordshire home. All my life I've been surrounded by nature and while I took it for granted as a child, I am grateful for the connection I have to the wild. I love that I'm close enough to London to enjoy the city but that we're far enough out of it to appreciate the countryside. I am lucky enough to be a 5 minute walk away from a large wood where I can walk my dog and have some quiet time surrounded by trees and wildlife.

  1. What turns you on creatively?

This is such an interesting question, a lot of different things get my creative juices flowing. Anything from music, books, my passion for feminism, nature and the darker side of life inspire me in different ways. There are also some influential artists that I turn to regularly, my muses. Some are writers, others are musicians, a few actors from the Golden Age of Hollywood etc.

  1. What is your favorite word, and can you use it in a poetic sentence?

It's hard to choose just one word, it's like choosing a favourite film or album.
To be honest I'm not sure you would print my favourite word.

  1. What is your pet peeve?

I can't stand it.

  1. What defines Moxie McMurder? 

This question feels like it's goading me into some kind of existential crisis.
I'd like to say that I don't let anything define me but that's a bullshit answer. A lot of people see me as a loud, angry person but what they mistake for anger is actually passion. I'm a passionate person and I'm not afraid to speak my mind, this often ruffles feathers. So I think it's safe to say my name is synonymous with noise and mischief.

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Moxie McMurder

Moxie McMurder

Mad, bad and dangerous to know. Witchy Woman and Blasphemous Girl. Writer. RAGING feminist.
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