Kovac, Kim Peter
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, and Write Local Play Global.
Kozma, Joseph J
Publcations: Mathematics in Color (Poems) Until we meet (Poems) 1945 (Novel) Available on and Barnes and Not new to Haiku, just late. New volume of poems: The New Neanderthal. (Amazon, B&N) Appointed Poet Laureate of Jacksonville,IL (4-21-2016)
Krajewska, Agnieszka
Kreik, Colin
Colin Kreik Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Boston Architectural College
Krishnamurthy, Shrikaanth
Shrikaanth Krishnamurthy is a psychiatrist living in Birmingham, UK. Hailing from Bengaluru, India he is an amateur poet and a trained vocalist in Karnataka music (South Indian Classical music). Well versed in several languages, he writes poetry in four languages- Kannada, Sanketi, Tamil and English. He often employs ancient metres for his poems. He is also a songster-lyricist-composer (Vaggeyakara) of Karnataka Music and has 2 CDs to his credit.
Kuentzel, Thalia
Writing has been part of my life ever since I opened my first little red diary as a child. Recording memories through paper and pen, doodles, haiku, poems or long rambling paragraphs, writing is a part of who I am. And the older I grow, the more I turn to writing to capture the world around me.
Kulp, Mickey
Mick is a writer and father of two mostly grown children who have survived his shenanigans through smarts they inherited from their mother. His nonfiction articles, fictional stories, and poems have appeared in consumer magazines, newspapers, and literary journals. His first book of poetry, Random Stones, was published in 2016. More at
Kumar, SuriShiva
This haiku is composed on the eve of Hindu new year called 'Ugadi' which falls on 31 of March. Ugadi greeting to all. The tender leaves of neem mixed with jaggery are distributed on the occasion of Ugadi. The neem, extremely bitter in taste, and jaggery sweet and delicious, signify the two conflicting aspects of human life - joy and sorrow, called as 'Bevu-Bella' (a mixture of neem and jaggery in equal measure). This denotes the acceptance by man of all the sweet (jaggery) and bitter (neem) things that are in store for him in the coming year, with gratitude.
Kuo, Andrew
I live with my wife in sunny California. My hobbies include hiking and tennis. I’ve been published in online literary magazines including Neologism Poetry Journal and Every Writer.
La Voie, Angela
My stories have appeared in The Chicago Sun-Times, Detroit Free Press, The Dallas Morning News; on, ZDNet, and elsewhere. I am an MFA candidate in creative nonfiction and poetry at Antioch University Los Angeles. In 2013, I was selected as a finalist in the Catharsis Journal memoir competition. My poetry is included in the Self-Portrait Poetry Collection. Poems are forthcoming in Clerestory Poetry Journal and Blue Fifth Review.
Lahiri, Gopal
A Geologist by Profession, Gopal Lahiri lives in India. He is a bilingual poet, writing poetry for more than twenty years. He has had five poetry collections in English and and five collections in Bengali (mother tongue) . His poems appeared in print and electronic publications worldwide.
Lahr, Jeff
Laing, Julie
Julie Laing, from Stirling, Scotland
Lake, Lindsay
Lake, Lionel

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