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McKinley Hellenes Krantz

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McKinley is an occasional Canadian fiction writer living in British Columbia. Her short stories and poems have appeared in various literary magazines, including Broken Pencil, Kiss Machine, The Frequent & Vigorous Quarterly, Memewar, Quills, The Liar, and anthologies such as The Journey Prize Stories 17, Red Light: Superheroes Saints and Sluts, and Can'tLit: Fearless Fiction From Broken Pencil Magazine. This one time she was awarded a grant by Canada Council For The Arts.



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