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About Kim - Media Resources
Kim worked as a journalist in Canada for many years. Her book, Gelato with the Pope, highlights her time as a syndicated travel columnist in the Nineties.
In addition to her syndicated travel column, she has written feature articles for various publications, edited a monthly children's publication in British Columbia, and had her poetry published in Do Whales Jump at Night? A Canadian Anthology of Children's Poetry. She won a Microsoft web design award for Footloose, one of the first digital e-zines on the internet.
The Raven's Cry is the first book in her new mystery series, The Wynter Island Mysteries. It is based in the Gulf Islands of British Columbia and follows a journalist seeking a new beginning after undergoing trauma in Afghanistan. Book II, The Loon's Song, is due to be released in Spring 2024 from Level Best Books.
For the past eight years she has been working on her video project, What the Hell is a Toque? This chronicles her travels with her sons from Newfoundland to Vancouver Island and up to the Canadian Arctic.
Kim is also a board member of Sisters in Crime New England.
She lives in New Hampshire with her husband, two sons, and three dogs.
Headshots - photo credit: Ben Shapiro
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