Kelly, David
Kelly, Sophia
Kerrigan, Terese
Writer residing in St. Pete, FL.
Ketover Prilik, Pearl
(Dr.) Pearl Ketover Prilik, freelance writer/psychoanalyst, lives on the South Shore of LI. She has had three nonfiction books published, was editor of a post-doc psychoanalytic newsletter and editor/contributor of two collaborative international poetry anthologies. PKP's poetry and short fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in a variety of print and online publications, now proudly including Haiku Journal. You can find PKP at her blog'Imagine,"
Khan, Yasmin
I love writing poetry and take it as a challenge to write in new forms..
Kiefer, Rita brady
rita brady kiefer lives in evergreen, colorado with her husband, jerry. she hopes her recent turn to haiku will simplify her other poems.
Kiernan, Hilde
Killgore, C L
C. L. Killgore lives in Tennessee with her husband, Michael. Together they own a food truck and strive to corral their two wild pups, Wrigley and Arkkis Pond. You can find her on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Kim, Lydia
King, Sassysue
Kingston, Wayne
Too soon retired by unrequited professional love. Trying hand at lifetime perceived avocation. Degree says I can; life stalled the voice. Joy feeds the pursuit.
Kinkopf, Leanne
Kirkpatrick-Vrenios, Elizabeth
Ms Kirkpatrick-Vrenios resides in Bethesda, Maryland. Her poetry has been featured in such online poetry columns as: Clementine, Kentucky Review, Form Quarterly, Scissors and Spackle, Folliate Oak and in issues of The Binnacle, Poeming Pidgeon Unsplendid and The Edison Review. Her prize-winning chapbook, Special Delivery was published by Yellow Chair Press in the spring of 2016. She is a Professor Emerita from American University, and has spent most of her life performing as a singing artist across Europe and the United States.
Kirouac, Debra
Debra Kirouac resides in Connecticut with her young son and a host of dust bunnies. Her work has appeared in various literary journals, online blogs and alternative weekly newspapers. She won the 2017 Prize for Humor in the University of Maine's literary journal, The Binnacle (Ultra-Short Competition). She takes great pleasure in finding the funny in most situations.
Klacsanzky, Nicholas
Nicholas Klacsanzky is an editor and writer from Kiev, Ukraine.

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