Mo Moshaty is a genre screenwriter, author, and lecturer. With a concentration on psychological and possession horror in her writing, Mo’s background as a Trauma Specialist and Behavioral Therapist provides a sturdy foundation. She is the creator of the course, “Writing Trauma Respectfully for Screen '' and was a Guest Lecturer for Prairie View A&M University's Film and TV Program and with Horror BAFSS in Sheffield, UK for No Return: A Yellowjackets Symposium. Mo is a journalist, and co-founder with Nyx Horror Collective and co-producer of the 13 Minutes of Horror Film Festival featured on The Shudder Channel. Nyx Horror Collective was founded by a group of diverse woman-identifying horror creators to develop, celebrate, and elevate original, women-led horror content. As a core member of Nyx, she has recently partnered with Stowe Story Labs to provide a fellowship for women writers over 40 working in the genre. Mo also served as Associate Producer on Scottish Indie SciFi Horror web series, “Cops and Monsters”, and was ecstatic to shine more of a light on indie horror. Mo's most recent literary work can be found in "A Quaint and Curious Volume of Gothic Tales", published by Brigid's Gate Press and "206 Word Stories" by Bag O' Bones Press.