Kiki Wanderer is a bibliophile of epic proportions. She has had a life-long interest in fantasy novels, as well as folklore, mythology, and fairy tales. These last three continue to play a major role in her interests. Her current religious beliefs are in mythology, for all stories have the same basic components, and all religions are humans searching for the same answers.
Kiki Wanderer has been published in a number of e-zines and online productions. Among them are the Infinity Network’s spring 2011, & summer 2011 e-zine, and The Pomegranate Prophecies. She is well-known for her involvement in DKMU, as well as the Infinity Network. She has recently taken a new direction, and is focusing on her literary interests- mainly science fiction and fantasy novel reviews.
Kiki Wanderer is happily married with two children, one dog, and two cats. She spends a large portion of her time hula hooping, writing her first trilogy, beekeeping, and crafting in a variety of ways. Her first language is American Sign Language, and her favorite language is print. Among her favorite authors are Joseph Campbell, Lloyd Alexander, J.R.R. Tolkien, Piers Anthony, K.M. Briggs, and Jaq Hawkins. You can find her with a book nearby at any time.
“Llonio said life was a net for luck; to Hevydd the Smith life was a forge; and to Dwyvach the Weaver-Woman a loom. They spoke truly, for it is all of these. But you,” Taran said, his eyes meeting the potter’s, “you have shown me life is one thing more. It is clay to be shaped, as raw clay on a potter’s wheel.” –Taran Wanderer by Lloyd Alexander.