Poetry, Fantasy & Pacific Northwest Gothic
K. D. Hume is a queer writer and artist from the tidal flats of the Salish Sea. A vocal proponent of Pacific Northwest Gothic, Hume weaves her love of nature, religious studies, and psychological horror throughout her works.
She writes to reach out. Let her know if you’re listening.
I love Kindle Unlimited, and I love discovering new poets, but I’ve had trouble searching poetry on Kindle Unlimited, which is why I created Unlimited Poetry, a group promo that runs all February. It’s great way to find new poets on Kindle Unlimited. Check it out to find your next read, or, if you happen toContinue reading “Unlimited Poetry”
I love a good murder ballad, especially the old classics. And by old classics, I mean any murder ballad where a woman does the murder. I just think those are more fun, especially if they have a sense of fantasy to them. When I first heard Old Blind Dogs’ version of The Cruel Sister, whereContinue reading “Which murder ballad are you?”
My crowning achievement of 2020 is not self-harming even once.