Writer – Editor – Reader – Traveler
K.C. Mead-Brewer is a writer and editor living in beautiful Baltimore, MD with her husband and two guinea pigs, Theo and The Cobra. Her writing appears or is forthcoming in Carve Magazine, Cold Mountain Review, Fiction Southeast, Bartleby Snopes, and elsewhere. She’s also been published as an academic, with her debut book, The Trickster in Ginsberg (2013) from McFarland & Co., and has adapted numerous books of all styles and genres for film, television, and stage for Bancroft Press.
As a reader, she loves everything weird—science fiction, horror, magical realism, surrealism, all that good stuff that plays with reality. All the good stuff that acknowledges that change is not only possible, but inevitable.
As an editor, K.C. has handled everything from grant proposals to memoirs to YA fiction to historical fiction. Most recently, she served as copyeditor for The Baltimore Love Project’s debut book and as developmental editor for former Seinfeld writer Peter Mehlman’s debut novel, It Won’t Always Be This Great. (The Washington Post went on to name Mehlman’s book one of the top five best comedy books of 2014.)
She is also a member of The Roving Writers, a small group of wild women artists who got their start together at Hedgebrook: Women Authoring Change, and recently earned a grant for a month-long creative writing residency at the Vermont Studio Center.
Also be sure to follow her on Twitter @meadwriter
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