Kim has published many articles and short stories over the years, and she has won several contests.
YA novel titled Two Roads Diverged was a semi-finalist in the Pirate's Alley William Faulkner novel-in-progress prize.
Kim's short story titled "Handsome and Grethel" is featured in the debut
publication of the Deadly Quill, July 2017.
Her short story "At the Light on 17 and
King" came in seventh place in the Sixfold fiction contest (Winter 2016) and will be published in the print version of
the literary magazine as well.
Kim's YA novel titled The Three Coins was short-listed
for the Pirate's Alley William Faulkner novel-in-progress prize. (2013)
Kim took home two awards
from the South Carolina Writers Workshop 2011 conference held in Myrtle Beach, SC: Second place in the Novel
First Chapter contest and Honorable Mention in the Poetry category.