Lucy Moffatt is a writer and English Language teacher from Adelaide, happily settled back home after several years of wanderlust, including visits to more than 20 countries and a working holiday in Japan.
After watching Harriet the Spy at six years old, Lucy declared to everybody who would listen that when she grew up she was going to be a writer. She developed her voice through 1-page illustrated “novels” about the Sydney 2000 Olympics mascot Millie, essays about the musical relationship between Andy Warhol’s Factory and The Velvet Underground’s first album, fanfiction, diaries and short stories developed during her Bachelor of Arts, until finally reaching her first book: a memoir about friendship and loss.
Lucy lives with the three loves of her life (one human, two feline) and spends her free time on novels, food, Dungeons and Dragons, romantic comedies and K-Pop boyband EXO.
Her first novel, Some Days, is a deeply emotional journey about grief, and it was published in March 2019.