Kindra M. Austin

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Kindra M. Austin is an indie author from Chesaning, Michigan, USA. Her debut novel, “Magpie in August” was published in April, 2017, and her book of poems of prose, “Constant Muses” followed in December. Other publications include several poems featured on SpillWords, and an essay advocating for LGBTQ rights, printed in the Mansfield Pride magazine. She is currently working on a novella, and a second collection of poetry and prose.

Austin has been writing for over twenty years. In 2008, she began blogging under different pseudonyms while briefly moonlighting as a writer/editor/internet radio personality. She’s the founder of Poems & Paragraphs, a founding member of Indie Blu(e), and a writer/managing editor at the Sudden Denouement Literary Collective, including Blood Into Ink, and Whisper and the Roar.


Published Works

(Available on Amazon.)

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Magpie in August, set in the thumb region of Michigan, is the narrative of Magpie…

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8 thoughts on “Kindra M. Austin

  1. I have a confession to make. Your book has been sitting on my shelf since last year amongst the plethora of other unread materials. It anguishes me slightly that I still haven’t gotten round to reading your work. I just wanted to let you know that you have my support and that a twinge of guilt berates my gaze as I pass it each time. Unless I desperately need to pee, in which case all other concerns fade away in a haze of bladder ache!

    When I do get round to it, and I shall, I have no doubt that I’ll have nothing but kind words for you

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