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Kolin, Philip
Philip C. Kolin is the Distinguished Professor of English (Emeritus) at the Univ. of Southern Mississippi where he also edits the Southern Quarterly. He has published 8 collections of poetry, including, most recently, Emmett Till in Different States: Poems (Third World Press, 2015) and Benedict\'s Daughter: Poems (Wipf and Stock, 2017). He has also published numerous books on Shakespeare, Tennessee Williams, and African American playwrights plus a business writing textbook Successful Writing at
Kolp, Laurie
Laurie Kolp strives to be more like her three children, innocent and pure; or perhaps her two dogs, faithful and unconditional. The older she gets, the younger she feels as her path narrows and her experience grows. Her hand is reaching out to you. Why donít you join her? http://lkharris-kolp.blogspot.com and http://lkkolp.wordpress.com.
Koong, Joanne
Joanne Koong is a student at the Orange County High School of the Arts where she studies Creative Writing. Her poetry has been published in Rattle, Third Wednesday, and Inkblot among many other places.
Korsgaard, Sean
Sean CW Korsgaard is a former solider, current college student, and aspiring writer.
Kovac, Kim Peter
Thanks for your support of new writing Kim Peter Kovac lives in Alexandria, VA, and works nationally/internationally in theater for young audiences with an emphasis on new play development and networking. His work is forthcoming or can be found in HowlRound, The Vine Leaves Literary Journal, Crack the Spine, Eunoia Review, Crunchable, Glint Literary Journal, The Metric, Mad March Hare, the Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, Modern Day Fairytales, Haiku Journal, and Write Local Play Global.
Kowalczyk, James
James Kowalczyk has had poems, flash and microfiction published in a number of online and print publications.
Kozma, Joseph J.
Joseph J Kozma is a poet, novelist, essayist and retired physician. Available on Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.com:Mathematics in color (Poems), Until We Meet (Poems), The New Neanderthal (Poems) 1945 (Novel), Long Distance Murder (Novel, out of print) Appointed Jacksonville Poet Laureate in April 2016.
Krafton, Ash
Bio: Pushcart Prize nominee Ash Kraftonís work has appeared in several journals, including The Ghazal Page, Numinous: Spiritual Poetry, Einsteinís Pocket Watch, and Expanded Horizons. Ms. Krafton resides in the heart of the Pennsylvania coal region. Find updates on the upcoming release of her novel Bleeding Hearts at www.ashkrafton.com.
Krafton, Ash
Kranak, Joseph
Krause, Catherine B.
Catherine B. Krause is a poet from Indianapolis, IN living in the vicinity of Washington, D.C..
Krauze, Lauren
Lauren Krauze writes essays, short stories, short poems, and long emails. She believes in semicolons, the occasional Oxford comma, and gracefully compiled sentences. She received her Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from The New School.
Krylova, Victoria
Kuderer, Jenny
I am an aspiring poet based in the Midwest. I find a wealth of inspiration from nature and from the intricacies of my own life experience. I hope to use my voice to lift others up and to speak truth.
Kuintzle, Rachael
Rachael Kuintzle is a biochemist who not-so-secretly loves to write. She has been composing short stories and poetry ever since she could hold a pen (and long before she could spell).





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