Amy-Jean Muller writes poetry, creative non-fiction, fiction, columns and opinion pieces. Her work is distinctively raw, leaving the reader with a punch in the gut after the final punctuation. Her ability to investigate emotion so precisely, makes even the most personal subjects seem universal and shared. Each word is considered and cut down to the point where only the most important ideas remain.

Her ability to research and source inspiration from history, art, mythology, psychology and culture, makes each piece of work layered with symbolism and woven with meaning. More than simple navel gazing, her subjects are taboo, confrontational, personal and obscure. She explores the kind of human honesty that cuts you to the bone and merges it with emotion to rub salt in the wound.