165877_1008659869203271_5490038906833036478_nK.C. Mead-Brewer is a writer and editor living in Baltimore, Maryland with her husband and various fuzzy creatures.

Her fiction appears or is forthcoming in Strange Horizons, Carve MagazinePaper DartsHobartand elsewhere. Her story, “The Feast,” has been nominated by Carve for the Pushcart Prize. She also writes romance/erotica under the pen name, Chloe Robbins (@gothicrobbins).

As an author and reader, she loves everything weird—science fiction, horror, magical realism, all the good stuff that acknowledges change is not only possible, but inevitable.

She’s currently working on her short story collection Chameleons and horror novel The Fire Eaters. She serves as a fiction editor with Cleaver Magazine and is a proud member of The Roving Writersa small group of women artists who got their start together at Hedgebrook. She was a resident at the Vermont Studio Center and was selected to participate in this year’s Clarion Workshop as well as in Tin House’s 2018 Winter Workshop for Short Fiction, led by Carmen Maria Machado. She is represented by Maggie Riggs of The Riggs Agency.

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Interviews:

On Writing Flash Fiction, by Tommy Dean

Prioritizing Cleverness, by August Thompson, Cleaver Magazine