Kathryn will be a guest at Memphis Comic and Fantasy Convention, November 18-20, 2016.
Kathryn will be a guest at DragonCon in Atlanta, September 2-5, 2016.
The Healer’s Choice was awarded a silver medal (Finalist) in the category of Science Fiction and Fantasy at the Georgia Author of the Year Awards, 4 June 2016.
Kathryn’s paper “The Auditors, the Tooth Fairy, and Death: Utopian Delusions in Terry Pratchett’s Hogfather” has been published by the University of North Georgia and can be read online at the Nighthawks Open Institutional Repository.
Kathryn’s sonnet “Tax Day” appears in the Spring 2016 issue of The Lyric.
The Healer’s Choice has been nominated for the Georgia Author of the Year Award in Science Fiction/Fantasy.
The Healer’s Choice has been recommended for the 2015 Tiptree Award.
Kathryn will be a guest at Memphis Comic and Fantasy Con 2015, November 20-22.
Kathryn gave a paper, “Ekphrastic Projects in Shakespeare’s Sonnets,” at SAMLA 2015 in Durham, NC, November 13-15.
Kathryn will be a guest at DragonCon in Atlanta, September 4 – 7, 2015.
There is a Goodreads giveaway for three paperback copies of The Healer’s Choice, open March 17-April 7: https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/131245-the-healer-s-choice
In a land of subtle magics, a woman of peace must face the violence within her, and a man of war must learn that weapons will not give him the victory he desires.
Now available from Dark Oak Press!
Now available from Celestial Studios
The Forty is a reimagining of “Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves.” In this version, Ali Baba has become the thieves’ leader, recruiting scoundrels from all over the world–and all over time. Concept and photography by Fox Gradin, stories by Kathryn Hinds and James Palmer.
Kathryn was a guest author at Memphis Comic and Fantasy Convention 2014, November 21-23.
Kathryn’s poem “In the Fallow Garden” was featured in the No Small Measure exhibit of poetry broadsides at the University of North Georgia, Cumming, October 27-December 2, 2014. This poem can also be found in Kathryn’s book Candle, Thread, and Flute.