LH Moore is a published writer, poet and artist living in the Washington, DC Metro area.

Moore has been published in both fiction and nonfiction publications such as FIYAH Magazine, the collaborative Chiral Mad 4 anthology; Black Magic Women; the Bram Stoker Award finalist anthology Sycorax’s Daughters; the Dark Dreams anthology series (Dark Dreams, Voices from the Other Side, and Whispers in the Night); and the African-American National Biography series published by Harvard/Oxford U. Press. Her poem “Vox” was published in the April 2017 issue of Apex Magazine.


Also an exhibited fiber artist, her art quilt pieces have been seen in galleries and museums across the country. In addition to the textile arts, she is also skilled in watercolor, pencil, and charcoal.

Moore is a historian with a BA in History and Journalism from The George Washington University and a MA in Historic Preservation from Goucher College. She loves history, genealogy, classical guitar, travel, art, architecture, and technology. An avid gamer, you can follow her PS4 craziness on Twitch.


photo by Matthew D’Agostino

If you ask nicely, she might tell you what she thinks about graphic novels, virtual worlds, and that night she spent in the “Hut O’Terror.”

Active Member:
Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA)
Horror Writers Association (HWA)
Science Fiction & Fantasy Poetry Association (SFPA)



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