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Keaton, Rebekah
Kell, Charles
Keller, Christopher
“So You Think You Can Dance” audition reject Christopher Oie Keller earned his Master’s in Teaching from Western Oregon University. After leaving his job as a Victoria’s Secret supervisor, he began substitute teaching in Portland. His hobbies include bouldering, stand-up comedy, and edible gardening. His work has appeared in the US and the UK in publications such as Stride, and Leveler, and Gloom Cupboard and will appear in James Dickey Review. He is also co-manager of the poetry forums of DryTe
Keller, Maria
Just one crazy girl learning the art of self expression.
Kelley, Miles
Dear Editor, I have previously been published in The Great Smokies Writing Review and Sanctuary Southern Honors Conference Literacy Journal. Thank you for your consideration. Best, Miles
Kelly, David
Kennedy, Knicholas
Knicholas Kennedy is a 25 year old part-time hopeful poet, full-time college student living in Virginia. He writes while he travels the country between semesters.
Kewin, Simon
Dear Editor, This is the first of a short sequence of three haiku I'd like to submit to Three Line Poetry. I hope you enjoy it! Thanks, Simon Kewin.
Kiernan, Hilde
Dear Editor, Thank you for considering my poem for Three Line Poetry. Kind regards, Hilde Kiernan
Kim, Min Sun
KIMATHI, Teddy
The muse of poetry-writing visited Teddy in 2002, while he was pursuing his studies in Nkubu High School. You can find his poems in Inwood Indiana Press, Shot Glass Journal, Leaves of Ink, Paper Wasp, Tanka Journal, Three Line Poetry & Literature Today. He also has fiction stories in Beyond Science Fiction & Every Day Fiction.
King, Jeff
Kingston, Maureen
Maureen Kingston lives and works in eastern Nebraska. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The Centrifugal Eye, Lily, Pirene’s Fountain, Poetry Quarterly, Psychic Meatloaf, and The Smoking Poet.
Klenetsky, Wendy lee
I hope you like it and wish to use it in a future issue. If you do, please R.S.V.P. If you cannot use it, please let me know that, too. In either event, let me thank you for your kind cooperation and consideration of my poem.
Klepetar, Steve
Steve Klepetar is a minimalist.





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