K. C. Norton’s WorkDaily Science Fiction, Writers of the Future Volume 30, Galaxy’s Edge, Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show, Women Destroy Science Fiction! and previously in Flash Fiction Online, among other publications. She occasionally disguises herself as a waitress, a bartender, a librarian, a dog groomer, an archaeologist, a dance teacher, or a farmer. The public is usually convinced. “The Kiss” is one of the most autobiographical pieces she has ever written, although the ending is pure fantasy. She graduated from Vermont College of Fine Arts in winter 2015 with a degree in Writing for Children and Young Adults.