Kim lives on Vancouver Island, Canada, where she writes short stories, novels, and screenplays. Her stories have appeared in journals like Room of One’s Own and Parabola Magazine, and in anthologies like the groundbreaking Paraspheres (2006), 100 Stories for Queensland (2011) She’s Shameless (2009), Wolf-Girls (2012), Girl at the End of the World (2014), In the Company of Animals (2014), and In An Unknown Country (2016). She is the author of five novels: The Mark of the Magpie (2014), The Tattooed Wolf (2014), Bucket of Blood (2011), The Fire Song (2011), and The Wolf of Gilsbury Cross (2006). Kim and her husband Shawn Pigott run Fox&Bee Studio, an independent film company. You can follow Kim on Twitter at @kimbannerman.
I’ll be talking to Kim about her writing, her inspirations (particularly the way a sense of place inspires her writing) and (of course) wolves. Kim will also be sharing her selections for this week’s Apocalypse Books.
Catch us on Saturday at 2pm on 106.6FM (if you’re in the North Manchester area) or listen online (if you’re further afield).
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