E.E. Moxam writes fiction, nonfiction and newsletters for local businesses. Her nonfiction has won a few local contests and been published by the University of Western Ontario Gazette, Dogs in Canada Magazine and The Londoner. Her fiction has appeared in On Spec Magazine and she is currently readying a novel length manuscript to submit for publication.
In 2007 she graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a degree in history, because as Edmund Burke so astutely pointed out, “those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it.” She is also a graduate of Long Ridge Writers Group and has various other miscellaneous certificates pasted to the walls in her office.
A long-time member of the London Writers Society, she served as vice president for two years and remains an active participant. E.E. is happiest writing speculative fiction, usually with a supernatural element and at least one big toe in reality. Gargoyles, demons and angels often work their way into her fiction, leading her down some eccentric research paths and to an affinity for the dark and unseen. Since she loathes free time and relaxation of any kind, she also practices playing the violin several times a week. This is in spite of repeated threats from neighbours to smack her over the head with the aforementioned instrument. Practice may not make perfect, but she is a firm believer that it certainly won’t hurt.
She was born in Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada and currently resides in London, Ontario with her husband and three rescue dogs of questionable obedience.