Kenna McKinnon is a freelance writer and self-employed medical transcriptionist, interested in physical and mental fitness, music, writing, reading, drawing, and cooking for friends. She lives in a high rise bachelor suite in the trendy neighborhood of Oliver in Edmonton, Canada. Her most memorable years were spent at the University of Alberta, where she graduated with a degree in Anthropology with Distinction in 1975. She has lived successfully with schizophrenia for many years and is now a senior woman, member of the Writers' Guild of Alberta and the Canadian Authors Association. She has three wonderful children and three grandsons.
Kenna is the author of SpaceHive, a middle grade sci-fi/fantasy novel; The Insanity Machine, a memoir with co-author Austin Mardon, PhD, CM about our journey with schizophrenia, including the latest research available at the time of writing; DISCOVERY – A Collection of Poetry, all released in 2012; Bigfoot Boy: Lost on Earth; Short Circuit and Other Geek Stories in memory of her son Steve Wild 1968-2012; soon to be released Red Herrings, a mystery eBook, and Benjamin and Rumblechum, a children's chapter book published by Mockingbird Lane Press. Many of her books are available in eBook and paperback worldwide on Amazon, Smashwords, Barnes & Noble, and selected bookstores and public libraries.
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