Born in Louisiana, Kim Antieau grew up in Michigan, graduated from Eastern Michigan University, has lived on the Oregon coast and in the Arizona desert, and now makes her home in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, Mario Milosevic, whom she met at Clarion. They spend much of their time wandering in the woods around Loo Wit (Mount St. Helens) and Pahto (Mount Adams).
Kim began writing at an early age. She wrote numerous short stories as a child, completed her first novel when she was 14 years old, and has not slowed down since. She has published three novels, Jigsaw Woman (1996), Gaia Websters (1997), and Coyote Cowgirl (2003).
Her short stories have appeared in many magazines and anthologies, including Asimov's, F&SF, Cemetery Dance, Twilight Zone, Metahorror (1992), Pulphouse, Shadows, Best New Horror, and The Many Faces of Van Helsing (2004). A collection of her short fiction, Trudging to Eden, was published in 1994.
Kim is also an accomplished essayist, appearing in such publications as Pulphouse, SageWoman, Of a Like Mind, AlterNet, Common Dreams, and many others. Along with Mario, she edited and published Daughters of Nyx: a Magazine of Goddess Stories, Mythmaking, and Fairy Tales, which printed original tales by Patricia Monaghan, Jessica Amanda Salmonson, Nisi Shawl, and many others.
Kim jumped into the world of blogging in 2003 when she launched The Furious Spinner. A good selection of her fiction and non-fiction can be found there. Her website has more information about her novels and also contains a full bibliography of her published fiction.