In this podcast Mackenzie Kiera talks about Ladies of the Fright, beta reading, writing professionally, and much more.
About Mackenzie Kiera
Mackenzie Kiera is the author of All You Need is Love and a Strong Electric Current as well as 30+ articles, essays, and short stories. She has been a contributing author for Gamut Magazine and The Last Bookstore’s Dwarf+Giant, where she reviewed books and interviewed various authors. Currently, she is working on her second novel and is a contributor to The Mighty. If she’s not writing or reading Mackenzie is either running with her rescue dogs or she and her husband are saving the world from zombies. Mackenzie’s work can be found at mackenziekiera.contently.com.
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