Turning Out, An Authors talk with K.K. Fox and Hananah Zaheer

Joining us for this week’s Authors Talk are writers and editors at LA Review, K.K. Fox and Hananah Zaheer.

K.K. discusses her story, “Mile Marker 232” featured in Issue 18 of S[r]—a piece based off a car accident she experienced in her childhood that has now become a story collection.

She also discusses the journey of her story and book throughout their creation and shares an excerpt from her latest story, “The One Who Hurts.”

Be sure to keep an eye out for K.K.’s forthcoming story collection, “Mile Marker 232.”



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One thought on “Turning Out, An Authors talk with K.K. Fox and Hananah Zaheer

  • September 24, 2022 at 10:59 pm
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    I greatly enjoyed hearing about K.K. Fox’s process for getting close to such a vulnerable and traumatic story by building up the lives and events surrounding it. I feel like this approach could be applied to a lot of stories that are difficult to tackle for whatever reason.

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