E. G. Moore

A vibrant and engaged author of YA and middle grade books from northern Idaho, E. G. has published two books, both middle grade novels:

  • Rowdy Days of Dom Sanders, a historical murder mystery
  • Moon Daughter Rising, a Native American mythology fantasy

Do you have a writing routine? Where and when do you write?

I have seasons of writing routines, mostly dictated by my roles as mother, wife, and worker. I often spend a lot of time developing bits and bobbles of the story mentally before I sit down to write it. Usually I write late at night in spurts, tucked away either in my office or my bedroom with a hot tea and chocolate. I also try to have at least two writing retreats per year. The pandemic put a damper on that, but when I do those, I write like crazy to finish a draft usually. It’s hard to get a lot of work done in one setting at home with three kiddos who need me, so this is a golden opportunity to feel like I really accomplished something.

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High School Students – Harriman Time!

Join other high school students 31 July – 6 August 2022 for an intensive week of imaginative writing with professionals in Idaho’s finest outdoor classroom, Harriman State Park. 

  • Experience nature’s beauty and solitude first-hand.
  • Explore your thoughts, feelings, and ideas.
  • Open yourself to new writing styles.
  • Join a community of writers your age.
  • Try watercolor painting, storytelling, or paper making.
  • Ride horses, meet moose, and watch trumpeter swans.
  • Explore the trails and meadows of Idaho’s finest outdoor classroom.
  • Read your work to an appreciative audience.
  • And publish your finished work (or works) in Henrys Fork Journal.

Guiding writers and staff, as of date of this post, include:

  • Christian Winn
  • Nichole LeFavour
  • Dwayne Blackaller
  • Sherry Briscoe
  • Jessica Holmes
  • Daniel Hidalgo
  • Kara Hidalgo
  • Kate Baray