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Anne Marie Kinney


ABOUT the author

Anne Marie Kinney is a writer based in California and is the author of the novel Radio Iris. She holds an MFA in creative writing from California Institute of the Arts. Her short fiction has appeared in Black Clock, Indiana Review, and Keyhole, and her work has been performed by Los Angeles’s Word Theatre.
Find out more here: annemariekinney.com
Twitter: @AnneMarieK


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Radio Iris front cover by Anne-Marie KinneyRadio Iris
"There's a Kafkaesque layer of weirdness smeared across everything [but] Radio Iris refuses to limit itself to the drama of the weird. Instead, within the framework of the facelessness of contemporary society that it sets up, the novel digs deeper, wrestling with timeless, fundamental questions."
The Collagist


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A Q&A with Anne-Marie Kinney | 6/7/2011
We talk with author Anne-Marie Kinney about being a worker bee in corporate America, oldies music, and her famous pup. Read on!

An Interview between 3:am Magazine and author Anne-Marie Kinney | 5/21/2012
3:am Magazine speaks with Anne-Marie Kinney about how her CalArts’ MFA experience influenced her creative process, and the loneliness of contemporary life.

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