Brenda Kezar is a horror, fantasy, and science fiction writer living on the frozen plains of North Dakota. Her love of horror dates back to age eight, when the lack of a babysitter caused her parents to drag her to a completely age-inappropriate horror movie. She was hooked on horror from that moment on. A few years later, she won a local young author’s conference in her grade category, and a dream was born.

She attended the University of North Dakota and made a name for herself in the accounting department, earning accolades and membership into several prestigious accounting groups. To this day, no one in those groups knows what she looks like since she was always sneaking off to the English department to hang out with the other wanna-be writers.

Brenda is a proud member of the Horror Writers Association and a past participant in HWA’s Fright Club.

Brenda’s short stories have appeared in:

Cosmic Horror Monthly #8
Nocturnal Transmissions, episode 90
Brain Games, Third Flatiron Publishing
Tales to Terrify podcast, episode #436
The Overcast podcast, episode #126
Dark Moon Digest #37;
Hidden Histories;
Welcome to Miskatonic University;
Test Patterns: Creature Features ; 
The Literary Hatchet;
Red Sun Magazine;
Hysterical Realms (Alternate Hilarities 3);
Black Chaos II: More Tales of the Zombie;
Voluted Tales;
Daily Science Fiction.com; (READ FOR FREE)
Tell Me a Fable;
Silverthought Online; (READ FOR FREE)
SNM Horror Magazine;
Bonded by Blood V: Doomsday Descends;
A High Shrill Thump;
69 Flavors of Paranoia;
Alienskin Magazine;
OG’s Speculative Fiction;
Thema: Written in Stone;
Down in the Cellar;
Emerald Tales;
Loving the Undead;
Zombidays: Festivities of the Flesheaters; and
Penumbra eMag.

Brenda’s nonfiction has appeared in:

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Inspiration for Writers;
Cup of Comfort for Writers;
Cup of Comfort for Dog Lovers; and
Wild with Child.

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Email Brenda: brendakezarmedia at gmail (dot) com

You can also find Brenda on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AuthorBrendaKezar