9 rue du Printemps, 17640 Vaux sur Mer, France
fax: +33 546 05 99 05
British writer living and working in France, with recent or forthcoming poetry in Orbis, Envoi, HU, Poetry Wales, Other Poetry, European Judaism, Penniless Press as well as abroad, Imago (Aus), Dalhousie Review ( Canada) - fiction also there - and many US publications including Hampden Sydney Poetry Review, Cumberland Review, The McGuffin, Pearl, Chiron Review. Runner up two years running in the Redbeck Peotry Collection Prize for Blue and Brimstone and Cross References, both of which are still looking for a home. Her collection Sudden Maraschinos is due out at the beginning of 2004 with Redbeck Press. Publishes under Karp-Gendre and more recently simply Karp.
Chesapeake Bay, USA
Kujaku Poetry (blog) <http://kujakupoet.blogspot.com/>
Interviewed by Larry Kimmel <http://www.modernenglishtanka.com/digital/2007a/interviewMKeiLarryKimmel.html>
American poet living and working on the Chesapeake Bay, specializing in the tanka form. He crews aboard a skipjack, a traditional wooden sailboat used to fish for oysters. He is the editor of the Atlas Poetica : A Journal of Poetry of Place in Modern English Tanka, as well as the author of Heron Sea, Short Poems of the Chesapeake Bay, and the editor of the anthology, Fire Pearls : Short Masterpieces of the Human Heart. Over 400 of his tanka and 250 of his short poems have been published in nine countries and four languages. In addition, he writes scholarly articles about tanka and compiles the Bibliography of English Language Tanka.
Steve Kelen was born in the year television and the Olympics came to Australia. He studied Philosophy and Literature at the University of Sydney and remains an ardent student of life. He lives in Canberra and enjoys travelling. Kelen's poems have been published in Australian journals and newspapers, broadcast on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Radio National and have appeared in journals in the UK, US, Canada, Japan, Ireland, Vietnam and in cyberspace. His books include Trans-Sumatran Highway & other poems (Canberra: Polonius,1995), Dingo Sky (Sydney: HarperCollins/Angus&Robertson1993). Atomic Ballet (Sydney: Hale & Iremonger, 1991). His chapbook, Dragon Rising was published by The Gioi in Hanoi in 1998.
67 Edenvale Road,
Bernard Kennedy: born Dublin: Author of Leaves of Autumn:(Poetry) 1998; Berlin, Berlin,(Poetry ) 1999; the Poet's Tower and love poems:(2002). Has contributed to The Furrow: a monthly theological Journal, and, Intercom: A Pastoral magazine. Holds a MA Degree from University of Sheffield(2002) and an M.Sc. in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy,(2004) from University College Dublin and is a Phd. student working on Symptomatology in the works of Freud and Lacan. His MA thesis was ' On freudian understanding of Sexuality, and M.Sc. thesis on Homosexuality and the relation to the father. He works as a Priest and Psychoanalyst in South Dublin. interests include, Cinema, opera, Music and Literature.He can be contacted at email@example.com
Born 1959 in Leicester. Studied at
University of Warwick. Currently lives in Sheffield.
Works in industry and studies in the Graduate School at
Sheffield University where he is completing a Ph.d on
community and nation in Dunn, Harrison and Heaney.
Jean Kent grew up in country towns
throughout Queensland, Australia. She began publishing
poems while she was a student at the University of
Queensland, where she also completed an Arts Degree,
majoring in psychology, in 1971.
T.S. Kerrigan attended
the U. of Calif, and completed graduate work at Loyola U.
in Los Angeles. He is the author of several plays, incl.
"Branches Among the Stars" (Louisville 1990).
Poems have appeared in Acumen, Outposts, Poetry Monthly,
The Southern Review, International Poetry Review, Kansas
Q, Pacific Review, The Tennessee Q. He is a theater
critic in Los Angeles.
Read the interview (1998)
John Kinsella's Webpage
John Kinsella was born in Perth, Western Australia. After studying at the University of Western Australia, he travelled extensively through Europe and Asia. He has lived and worked in rural Western Australia, been the recipient of grants and fellowships from the W.A. Department for the Arts and the Literature Board of the Australia Council, and published in journals throughout the world. In 1996 he was awarded one of the inaugural Young Australian Creative Fellowships. He is the founding editor of the poetry Journal Salt and the small press Folio (Salt). He lives in Cambridge and divides his time between Britain and Australia. He is a Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge and holds a 2 year Fellowship from the Australia Council.
Born in Dordrecht,
Holland. Studied Contemporary History at Utrecht
Writer of 7 books of poetry, prose and art, including: Hope Chest in the Attic, The Window, Close Cover Before Striking, and (woman). Published for writing on over 4,400 occasions and published for art work on nearly 200 occasions. Editor of the literary magazine Children, Churches and Daddies