Mia McKenzie

Oakland, California, United States
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<p><span class="text_exposed_show">Mia McKenzie is a writer and a smart, scrappy Philadelphian with a deep love of vegan pomegranate ice cream and fake fur collars. She is a black feminist and a freaking queer, facts that are often reflected in her stories, which are literary and lyrical and hella quirky, and which have won her some awards and grants, such as the Astraea Foundation's Writers Fund Award and the Leeway Foundation's Transformation Award. She is working on a novel and has a short story forthcoming in The Kenyon Review, one of the top ten literary journals in the country. She is the creator of Black Girl Dangerous, a revolutionary blog. She is a nerd who will correct your grammar, so watch out for that.<br /> <br /> Follow Black Girl Dangerous at <a href="http://www.blackgirldangerous.tumblr.com/" rel="nofollow nofollow" target="_blank"><span>www.blackgirldangerous.tum</span>blr.com</a></span></p>

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