Kaye Park Hinckley is an award-winning author of southern literary fiction with a spiritual bent. A Fine Arts graduate of Spring Hill College, Mobile, AL, she owned an advertising agency for twenty years before she began writing full time. In May, 2018, her novel, "The Wind That Shakes the Corn: Memoirs of a Scots Irish Woman," won the 2018 INDEPENDENT PRESS AWARD FOR RELIGION FICTION. In May 2019, Hinckley's novel, "The Ghosts of Faithful," won the 2019 INDEPENDENT PRESS AWARD FOR RELIGION FICTION.
The Alabama native’s debut novel, A Hunger in the Heart, was published by Tuscany Press in 2013. Shortly afterwards, Wiseblood Books published Birds of a Feather, a collection of short stories. Englewood Review of Books listed Birds of a Feather, as one of the six best fiction books of the first half of 2014. Hinckley also won the 2014 Poets & Writers Maureen Egan Award, First Runner-up, for "Faithful," a novel in progress. That novel is now "The Ghosts of Faithful."
Hinckley’s short stories have been published in many literary magazines, such as Dappled Things, and Tuscany Press’s Anthology of Short Fiction. Other novels are "She Who Sees Beyond," "Bridge-Man Burning: The Sins of a Southern Man," which is the sequel to A Hunger in the Heart; and "Mary’s Mountain."
Hinckley blogs at www.aworldontheedge.com. Her website is www.kayeparkhinckley.com.