K. C. Maguire
K C Maguire is a wife and mother of three who loves fiction writing and reading fiction of all genres. She has a particular passion for young adult and children's books, both as a reader and a writer. She is a member of RWA, AWP and SCBWI. She loves to blog about books, writing, and to interview new authors when she can get them to agree (which they happily do most of the time). She's also a proud member of the Houston-based Space City Scribes author collective. In July of 2014, she joined the blogging team at Luna Station Quarterly, contributing interviews with women speculative fictions authors.
Her flash fiction has appeared in publications including Writers Type, Delta Women, Tough Lit, Black Petals Magazine, Six Minute Magazine, Midlife Collage, Everyday Fiction, and Luna Station Quarterly. She has three e-novellas published by Books To Go Now: Destiny, Dear John, and Ivory Tower.
In 2014, she came second in YA/MG/children's category in the the Annual Houston Writers' Guild fiction contest for a draft fantasy manuscript. She also came third in the YA/MG/children's category in the Fall Houston Writers' Guild fiction contest for Inside The Palisade. Her short story, In For A Penny, published in 2014 in the Space City 6 anthology came second runner up in the Writers Type second quarter short story contest in 2014 and her YA short story There's No Such Thing as Sleep-Skating received an Honorable Mention in the NYC Midnight Short Story Challenge 2015.
She has completed the fiction writing certificate programs at UCLA and Stanford, and is currently a student in the MFA program in Writing for Children and Young Adults at Vermont College of Fine Arts.
She has lived in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia, but home is wherever the family is.
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