Kirstin Cronn-Mills

Kirstin Cronn-Mills is an American author of children's books, including the Minnesota Book Award finalist The Sky Always Hears Me And the Hills Don't Mind (2009)[1] and Beautiful Music for Ugly Children (2012) which was a Stonewall Book Award winner and a Lambda Literary Award finalist.[2] Her third novel, Original Fake (2016), was a Minnesota Book Award finalist in 2017, along with her third nonfiction volume for high school libraries, LGBTQ+ Athletes Claim the Field. Her fourth novel, Wreck, will be published in 2019.

Cronn-Mills received a doctorate from Iowa State University and is currently a teacher in North Mankato, Minnesota.


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