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Kanak, Mark

Mark Kanak is a German-English translator, radioplay author, noisemaker, splitting time between Berlin and Chicago. His poetry and translations have been published in various journals in both Germany and the US. He is currently working on various projects.

Kanev, Peycho

Peycho Kanev loves to listen to sad music while he drinks slowly his beer. His work has been published in Welter, Gloom Cupboard, Poetry Cemetery, Nerve Cowboy, The Chiron Review, The Guild of Outsider Writers, Mad Swirl, Side of Grits, Southern Ocean Review and many other journals or magazines. He loves to put the word down and not talking on the cell phone for days. He is nominated for Pushcart Award. He lives in Chicago. Alone. His new poetry collection, which is collaboration with the poet Felino Soriano and the editor Edward Wells, can be found at

Kantor, Loren

Loren Kantor is a Los Angeles-based Woodcut Artist and writer. He worked in the film industry for 20 years as a screenwriter and assistant director. He is a huge fan of Classic Cinema and iconoclastic American Writers. He's been carving woodcut images for the past five years. His art is at

Kazalia, Marie A.

Marie A. Kazalia lives in San Francisco, though born in Toledo, Ohio. Her poetry and prose has appeared in numerous magazines in the USA (Angel Flesh, Atom Mind, ZYX, Nerve Cowboy, Writers Gazette) and on the Web (Calliope, Uxu, Ygdrasil ). Her first collection of verse, Erratic Sleep in a Cold Hotel (Phony Lid Publications) was published in 1999.

Kellar, Tom

Tom Kellar lives in Northern California and has only recently begun writing seriously. He likes to regard his work as Folk-Art.

Kelley, Ward

Ward Kelley lives near Indianapolis, Indiana. His poems have been published both on the Web (e.g. Gravity, Pittsburgh Quarterly Online) and in printed magazines (e.g. Potpourri, Rattle, Skylark). He has been selected as a featured Poet of the Week on Poetry Super Highway, and chosen as the Featured Poet by the Canadian site, Pyrowords. Kelley is the author of two paperbacks: Histories of Souls, a poetry collection, and Divine Murder, a novel. He also has an epic poem, Comedy Incarnate on CD and CD ROM. More about Ward Kelley's work at

Khan, Nesrullah

Nesrullah Khan is a pakistani writer. His stories have been published on many sites.

Kidd, Errol J.

Errol J. Kidd lives in Hobart, Australia. He was a teacher. He writes screenplays and is now working on two novels. His poetry has appeared in several e-zines, and in print magazines in US, UK, Switzerland, The Phillipines, Canada and Australia.

Kilpatrick, Sean

Sean Kilpatrick attended Wayne State University, and one of his professors there was poet Chris Tysh. The Michigan Citizen (a progressive, Detroit-based community newspaper) interviewed him in September 2004 about poetry and writing. Currently, he attends local workshops and is struggling to launch a quality lit rag. His work has appeared in various magazines like Stirring, Blue Food, The Dream People, Inkstains, The Glut, Mused Magazine.

Kiser, Jean

Jean Kiser is a freelance writer and poet. She has been writing for fifteen years, and has been published in various university journals and small magazines, like Skylark, Byline, Pennsylvania English, The Aurorean, The Larcome Review, Spindrift.

Klein, Tasha

Tasha Klein's work has been published in such magazines as The Melic Review, Eclectica Magazine, Snowmonkey, Conspire, Stirring, Snakeskin.

Kolp, Laurie

Laurie Kolp is the author of Upon the Blue Couch (Winter Goose Publishing, 2014) and Hello, It’s Your Mother (Finishing Line Press, upcoming). She serves as president of Texas Gulf Coast Writers and belongs to the Poetry Society of Texas. Laurie’s poems have appeared in more than four dozen publications including the 2015 Poet’s Market, The Crafty Poet, Scissors & Spackle, Blue Fifth Review, Pirene’s Fountain. An avid runner and lover of nature, Laurie lives in south-east Texas with her husband, three children, and two dogs.

Kotz-Gottlieb, Yustas

Yustas Kotz-Gottlieb is a New York writer.

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