My new poem A Glamour of Bones is up on Honeysuckle Magazine! Trigger Warning – eating disorders Big thank you to Tracy S Sydor for allowing me to use one of her photographs for this piece. Advertisements Continue reading New Poem on Honeysuckle Magazine
My latest poem to be published is called Sharp Edges and is up on the Honeysuckle Magazine website. You can click here to read it. The photo used is by the talented photographer Tracy S. Sydor. Moxie McMurder x Continue reading New Poem Sharp Edges up on Honeysuckle Magazine Website!
It’s been a white since I’ve blogged here. Life has gotten in the way of my photography recently. Due to a back and neck injury I am struggling to get out as much as I used to. Over the last few years my ability to go out for walks has slowly diminished. However, instead of getting down about my health, although don’t get me wrong, … Continue reading Share Your Art!
The first issue of The Shadows Magazine is out and features some of my photography. Go check it out, it’s FREE! Continue reading BTWP featured in The Shadows Magazine
I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be working with The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies next month. I’ll also be blogging about it via my film blog A Shared Madness. Really looking forward to being involved in such a cool project. The institute has some great courses lined up, so if you like horror check out their website! Moxie McMurder X Continue reading The Miskatonic Institute – London
Some of my photography has been used in issue #1 of Honeysuckle Magazine! I started doing some work for HM after I found out they were looking for a Photography Editor. I’ve had some ill health recently so I haven’t been able to help as much as I would have liked but that should change. The editor Ronit is a cool lady who seems to … Continue reading Issue #1 of Honeysuckle Magazine is out now!
You might have noticed an article that’s been doing the rounds concerning Fairy Doors that have been popping up in a wood in Somerset. I have fairy door too. So I played around in my back garden, most likely looking like a nutter, and got some shots of the door. I love this idea but just the doors, not the notes or trinkets left behind…because … Continue reading Fairy Doors