Mo has short stories published in a variety of anthologies, collections and magazines. A poem written for the V&A during the London Festival of Design is now part of the ’26 Treasures’ museum book. Her chapbook collection of cautionary culinary tales ‘Nil by Mouth’, is available from Transreal Fiction and Forbidden Planet independant bookshops, both in Edinburgh.
Mo won the Highlands and Islands short story award in 2009 with ‘Birdsong’, now recorded for audio. In 2010 she wrote articles for Innertubemap and Guardian local news. In 2011 she narrated the Hugo nominee story by Aliette de Bodard on StarShipSofa.
Around Edinburgh, Mo has also read at Golden Hour, Inky Fingers, Illicit Ink and as part of Lady Lawson’s household at tePOOKa’s Big Red Door. In 2011 she became the adopted writer and illustrator for p4/5 at the famous Gaelic school Bunsgoil Crois na Cise.
At the Edinburgh International Book Festival, Mo has read as a guest author at Story Shop, and as a performer in the EIBF’s Unbound cabaret with Writers’ Bloc. In 2012 she was a sketch artist for the book festival, a role named ‘The Yurt Doodler’ by Alasdair Gray. http://yurtdoodler.tumblr.com/