Andrew Geoffrey Kwabena Moss is a writer and teacher who has lived in the UK, Japan and currently Australia. Of Anglo-Ghanaian heritage, his work seeks to explore liminal landscapes, complex identities and constructs of race. Andrew's work has been widely published internationally including Afropean, Sundress Publications and The Caribbean Writer among others.

Most recently, his work is featured in The Best New British and Irish Poets Anthology 2019-2021, The Black Spring Press Group. Andrew has received a Best of the Net Award, Pushcart Prize and Rhysling Award nominations for his poetry. He is a selected author in the Year’s Best African Speculative Fiction 2022 anthology.

Andrew's debut novella Nicked Names was published by RoseyRavelston in July 2022. He released three full length poetry books Japanabandon, Manifest.oh! and Diaspora³ through RoseyRavelston in February 2023.

His chapter ‘The Triumph of Bi-Racial Identity: Funds of Knowledge as Student Agency’ was published in The Struggle for Justice, Equity, and Peace in the Global Classroom, by IGI Global in June 2023.  

He was commissioned as a Red Room Poetry 30in30 artist in association with the National Gallery Australia in August 2023, writing an ekphrastic poem HHH/KKK in response to Fiona Foley’s photograph HHH.

Andrew's fourth poetry collection Objections, Scars & Artefacts was published by RoseyRavelston Books in October 2023.

‘Childish Recollections’, Andrew's fourth full-length poetry collection is forthcoming with The Black Spring Press Group in 2024. (also available at