Judi Moore is a British author, writing poetry, short fiction and full size novels. Her short fiction has been published in, amongst others, the magazines Acclaim (1996), Interzone (1998), The Interpreter's House (1999) and Carve (2004).
Her stories also appear in anthologies including the Independent on Sunday (1997), World Wide Writers (1998) and The New Writer's Collection (2003). She has won the New Writer's short story competition twice. Her debut novel is the science fiction novel Is death really necessary.
Don't count the days, make the days count
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