At the age of eight, Burn Moor got a hold of his grandfather’s antique typewriter, inserted a piece of paper, and punched the keys to a detective story. This would serve as the beginning of a lifelong passion for literature.
All About Me
Influenced by some of the greatest authors to ever bleed ink into paper -- Charles Dickens, Franz Kafka, Arthur Machen, Edgar Allan Poe, Thomas Ligotti, and Haruki Murakami, as well as a heavy dose of Rod Serling’s, The Twilight Zone -- Burn Moor tosses his readers into dark worlds of the nihilistic, the surreal, and the psychologically twisted.
Burn grew up in NYC, immersed in a culturally and religiously diverse environment, which shaped his innate ability to push the envelope of literature, while constantly challenging our beliefs though his surreal worlds. Burn’s hobbies throughout his life also shaped much of his persona.
Dealing with depression from a young age, Burn delved in high-risk activities, such as skydiving, snowboarding, motorcycle racing, and mixed martial arts as a way of combating the darkness within, constantly seeking to challenge death, which is a ubiquitous theme in his writing.
Burn trains as a fighter and powerlifter, and has recently pursued a passion for music as the lead singer of a blues metal band -- Pagan Lust. They just released their first album entitled Societal Plague.
Burn Moor’s debut fiction novel entitled The Brain Drips Yellow and his second novel, Beyond the Veil, The Road Leadeth are now available to readers.