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Lene Kaaberbøl (born in 1960) is a Danish author.
Finland, born 1978.
KJ Kabza began selling short fiction in 2002, while earning his B.A. in Creative Writing from Antioch College. Since then, he has sold over 70 stories to places such as F&SF, Terraform, Nature,
Katie Kacvinsky worked in the entertainment industry and as a high school English teacher before deciding to write full time. She currently lives in Corvallis, Oregon.
|Kade, J. V.|
J. V. Kade is a pen name of Jennifer Rush.
New York Times Best Selling Author Kel Kade is a full-time writer and parent living in Texas with three crazy dogs and three lazy cats. Kel worked as an environmental consultant before entering a
As an award-winning corporate copywriter, Stacey Kade has written about everything from backhoe loaders to breast pumps. But she prefers to make things up instead.
From her first childhood
Cynthia Kadohata (born 1956) is a Japanese American writer known for winning the 2005 Newbery Medal.
Cynthia Kadohata. Wikipedia.
Richard Kadrey is a novelist, freelance writer, and photographer based in San Francisco.
Richard Kadrey. Wikipedia.
Scott Kaelen writes in the genres of epic fantasy, science fiction, horror, humour, poetry and non-fiction. His latest published work is the novel The Blighted City. His current project is a second
Franz Kafka (1883–1924) was a culturally influential German-language novelist. Contemporary critics and academics regard Kafka as one of the best writers of the 20th century. The term "
Vylar Kaftan won a Nebula for her alternate history novella The Weight of the Sunrise. She’s published about 50 short stories in Asimov’s, Lightspeed, Clarkesworld, and other places. She lives in the Bay Area.
Janet Kagan (born Janet Megson, 1946–2008) was an author of two science fiction novels and one science fiction collection, plus numerous science
Julie Kagawa, the New York Times bestselling author of the Iron Fey and Blood of Eden series was born in Sacramento, California. But nothing exciting really happened to her there. So, at the age of
Amelia Kahaney grew up in San Diego, CA, and Hilo, HI. After graduating from UC Santa Cruz, she moved to New York City and received her MFA in fiction writing at Brooklyn College. Her short
|Kahler, A. R.|
Alex R. Kahler is many things, but first and foremost, he's a Sagittarius.
In the past few years he's taught circus in Amsterdam and Madrid, gotten madly lost in the Scottish wilderness,
James Kahn is an American medical specialist and writer, best known for his novelization of Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. Born in Chicago on December 30, 1947, Kahn received a
Paula Kalamaras has been writing for many years with writing partner Paul Kraly. She is a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University and has a master's degree from the University of Pittsburgh. She
Will Kalif lives in Massachusetts with his two children and his crazy cat Ditto. By day he works in the hi-tech industry, and by night he works on his website and writes fiction. Fulcrum Shift is his first novel.
|Kalior, Susan D.|
Chōhei Kambayashi was born in 1953. In 1979 he won the 5th Hayakawa SF Contest with his debut work, Kitsune to Odore (Dance with a Fox), and followed that with his first long series, Anata no
Heather Kamins grew up in New York and Massachusetts, and has an MFA in creative writing (fiction) from Mills College in Oakland, CA. Her debut novel, The Moth Girl, is forthcoming from G.P.
Ashlyn Kane is a twentysomething writer, editor, and (temporarily retired) teacher. Occasionally she does laundry. Mostly she stares at her computer screen. When inspiration strikes, she's
|Kane, C. S.|
Eli Katz (1926–2000) who worked under the name Gil Kane and in a few instances Scott Edwards, was a comic book artist whose career spanned the 1940s to 1990s and every major comics company
Paul Kane is the award-winning, bestselling author and editor of over fifty books – including the Arrowhead trilogy (gathered together in the sellout Hooded Man
Stacia Kane has been a phone psychic, a customer service representative, a bartender, and a movie theater usher, and she thinks that writing is more fun than all of them combined. She lives in England with her husband and their two little girls.
JC Kang's unhealthy obsession with Fantasy and Sci-Fi began at an early age when his brother introduced him to The Chronicles of Narnia, Star Trek, and Star Wars. As an adult, he combines his geek
Lydia Kang is a doctor who decided writing was maybe just as much fun as medicine, so, now she does both. Control is her debut novel and she continues to work part-time as a physician. She
|Kaplan, Aline Boucher|
Jo Kaplan writes and teaches in the Los Angeles area with much encouragement from her husband and two cats. Her fiction (as Joanna Parypinski) has appeared in Black Static, Nightmare
Maxine Kaplan studied English and political science at Oberlin College and held a variety of positions in the publishing world before landing her current job as a private investigator and author.
Colin Kapp (1929–2007) was a British science fiction author.
Ian Kappos was born and raised in Northern California but currently lives in Los Angeles where he is an MFA candidate at CalArts. His writing has appeared in numerous places and was recently
Darby Karchut is an award-winning author, teacher, and compulsive dawn greeter. She's been known to run in blizzards and bike in lightning storms. When not dodging death by Colorado, Darby
Mary Karlik has always been a dreamer. When she was a teen, she read The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, and then sat in every wardrobe in her Nanna' home, trying to open the door to Narnia. She
David Karp (1922-1999) was an American novelist and television writer. He also used the pseudonyms Wallace Ware and Adam Singer.
David Karp. Wikipedia.
Drew Karpyshyn is the New York Times bestselling author of Star Wars: Darth Bane: Rule of Two, Star Wars: Darth Bane: Path of Destruction, and the Mass Effect
|Karr, John A.|
|Karr, Phyllis Ann|
|Kasai, Kirsten Imani|
Kirsten Imani Kasai, a native Coloradoan, has lived in places as diverse as Newark, New Jersey; East Hampton, New York; Bradford and Penzance, England (sadly devoid of singing pirates); and a
Anna Kashina grew up in Russia and moved to the United States in 1994 after receiving her Ph.D. in cell biology from the Russian Academy of Sciences. She works as a professor in a major
Meg Kassel is a New Jersey native who graduated from Parson's School of Design and worked as a graphic designer before embracing her true passion. She lives in Maine with her family. A fan of
Heather Kassner loves thunderstorms, hummingbirds, and books. She lives with her husband in Arizona, waiting (and waiting and waiting) for the rain, photographing hummingbirds, and reading and
|Kastle, Herbert D.|
Lauren Kate recently finished her M.A. in Creative Writing at UC Davis, where she also teaches. She lives and writes in an old farm house in Winters, California.
Photo credit: Andre
|Katsoulis, Gregory Scott|
Gregory Scott Katsoulis is a writer, teacher, artist and goofball. He is in love with ideas and possibility. When he is not writing, he composes incidental music, enjoys taking photographs of
Alma Katsu is the author of The Hunger, The Taker, The Reckoning, and The Descent. She has been a signature reviewer for Publishers Weekly and a contributor to The Huffington Post. She is a
Nikki Katz is a recovering rocket scientist, author, editor, and freelance writer who lives with her three children in the perfection that is San Diego. Favorite activities include chauffeuring
Sarah supplements the creativity of sci-fi with the quirk of satire. Outside of writing, she works in cyber security, enjoys traveling and occasionally gets lost out in nature or on Wikipedia.
|Katz, Welwyn Wilton|
Welwyn Wilton Katz is the author of many award-winning books for children and young adults.
Amie Kaufman is a New York Times and internationally bestselling author of young adult fiction, including the Elementals series, Unearthed, and the Starbound trilogy, coauthored with Meagan
|Kaufman, Lory S.|
Lory Kaufman sees himself as a creative guy in everything he does. Sales and marketing, running a children's theatre, writing, directing, acting, starting a company to promote environmental
Nicholas Kaufmann lives in Brooklyn, New York with his wife and two cats - one of which has special needs, the other of which only pretends to.
Anna Kavan (born Helen Emily Woods, 1901-1968) was a British novelist, short story writer and painter. Originally publishing under her first married name, Helen Ferguson, she adopted the name Anna
Joanna Kavenna is a prize-winning British novelist and travel writer.
Kavenna spent her childhood in Suffolk and the Midlands as well as various other parts of Britain. She has also lived
Elizabeth Kay (born 1949) is an English writer. She is the author of The Divide trilogy, a series of children's fantasy novels.
|Kay, Guy Gavriel|
Guy Gavriel Kay (born 1954, Canada) is the internationally bestselling author of twelve books. He has been awarded the International Goliardos Prize for his work in the literature of the fantastic,
The only person she knows who had a subscription to Writer's Digest at eleven and was always excited to write research papers, Theresa has been putting words to paper since a young age. Living in
A pseudonym of Darby Karchut.
|Kaye, M. M.|
Mary Margaret ('Mollie') Kaye (1908-2004) was a British writer. Her most famous book was The Far Pavilions (1978).
M. M. Kaye. WIkipedia.
Marilyn Kaye is a former associate professor of library sciences and the best-selling author of numerous books and series, including Replica. Her book, Penelope, was made into a feature film starring Christina Ricci.
Marvin Kaye is an American mystery, fantasy, science fiction, and horror author and editor.
Paul Kearney was born and grew up in Northern Ireland. He studied English at Oxford University and has lived for several years in both Denmark and the United States. He now lives by the sea in County Down with his wife and two dogs.
Simon Kearns was born in London in 1972 and grew up in Northern Ireland. In his teens he returned to London to study philosophy. At the end of 2004 he moved to the south of France
|Keary, C. F.|
Kelly Keaton is a pseudonym of Kelly Gay.
Kelly Keaton loves ancient history, fantasy, and mythology. She dreams of one day attaining
David grew up in Winnipeg, Canada. During his twenties he collected degrees in education, English literature, and creative writing. He has studied in rural England, taught in prairie Canada and recently joined his wife in her hometown: New York City.
|Keehn, Sally M.|
Sally M. Keehn lives in Allentown, Pennsyvania.
Graham Keeler was born in the UK in Hertfordshire and grew up in neighboring Essex. He studied Physics at Queen Mary College, London, and graduated in 1965 with First Class Honors, continuing
Brian Keene (born 1967) is an American horror author.
Daniel Keene has written for the theatre since 1979. His plays have been performed on main stages around Australia and in China, America and Europe. He has won numerous awards, including six
Peg Kehret is an American writer. Her writing primarily targets younger children between the ages of 8 and 14.
Peg Kehret. Wikipedia.
|Keil, Michelle Ruiz|
Michelle Ruiz Keil is a Latinx writer and tarot reader with an eye for the enchanted and a way with animals. Her critically acclaimed debut novel, All of Us with Wings, was called “a
Todd Keisling is a two-time recipient of the Oswald Research and Creativity Prize for fiction. He is also the author of A Life Transparent and its sequel, The Liminal Man. Born in
Bill Keith is a pseudonym of William H. Keith, Jr..
Bill Keith's novels (Sharuq and Stingray) are near-future military novels.
|Keith, R. Peter|
|Keith, Jr., William H.|
|Kelleam, Joseph E.|
Joseph Everidge Kelleam (1913–1975), born in Boswell, Oklahoma, was an American writer. His first story, "Rust", appeared in Astounding Science Fiction in 1939.
Joseph E. Kelleam. Wikipedia.
Pat Kelleher has worked in a variety of different editorial and authorial fields. Black Hand Gang is his first novel for Abaddon Books and the start of an exciting new series.
Alex Keller started off wanting to be an archaeologist, but he found that being stuck in a ditch in the rain all day wasn't as glamorous as he thought. Instead, he decided to try his hand at
|Keller, David H.|
David Henry Keller (1880–1966) was most often published as David H. Keller, MD, but also known by the pseudonyms Monk Smith, Matthew
Julia Keller, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and former cultural critic at the Chicago Tribune, is the author of many books for adults and young readers, including A Killing in the
|Kelley, J. S.|
J. S. Kelley is a single parent from Ohio who likes the whiskey neat, the coffee black, and the music loud.
Susan Kelley is a life long reader of all types of fiction and poetry. From the first time her aunt introduced her to romance, she's been addicted to the genre though she still finds time to read
Steven is a fighter turned writer who resides in the Boston area. A former sports and entertainment writer, his work has been featured on ESPN.com, LA Weekly and other known outlets. He wishes all
Erin Kellison is the author of the Shadow Series, which includes Shadow Bound and Shadow Fall. Stories have always been a central part of Erin
|Kellogg, M. Bradley|
M. Bradley Kellogg is a pseudonym of Marjorie B. Kellogg.
|Kellogg, Marjorie B.|
Marjorie B. Kellogg is a fantasy author, who is best known for The Dragon Quartet. She has written two books under the pseudonym of M. Bradley Kellogg.
Elizabeth Kelly was born and raised in Ontario, Canada. She moved west as a teenager and now lives in Alberta with her husband and a menagerie of pets. She firmly believes that a human can survive
|Kelly, Erin Entrada|
New York Times–bestselling author Erin Entrada Kelly was awarded the Newbery Medal for Hello, Universe. She grew up in Lake Charles, Louisiana, and now lives Delaware. She is a
Greta was born in sandy Las Vegas, Nevada, and raised in snowy Waukesha, Wisconsin. The youngest of four children, Greta wrote her first book at five. Three Little Duckies earned rave reviews at
|Kelly, James Patrick|
Kirsten Kelly lives in Miami, Florida where she enjoys kayaking, fishing, and travel. Like her characters, she lives for good friends, good food, and the next adventure.
|Kelly, L. A.|
L. A. Kelly is a pseudonym of Leisha Kelly.
Lee Kelly has wanted to write since she was old enough to hold a pencil, but it wasn’t until she began studying for the California Bar Exam that she conveniently started putting pen to
Michael Kelly is the author of Undertow and Other Laments, and Scratching the Surface; as well as co-author of the novel Ouroboros. His has also edited the book
Nikki Kelly is a Wattpad sensation. Lailah garnered over one million reads within six months of being released on the website. She lives in the UK with her two dogs.
Richard Kelly is pseudonym of Richard Laymon.
Ronald Kelly is best known as a speculative fiction and "southern-fried" horror writer. His tales are usually set in the Southern United States and feature language and actions that are
|Kelner, Toni L. P.|
Toni L. P. Kelner is an American mystery author.
Chris Kelso (born 1988) is a Scottish writer, illustrator, editor and journalist. He has also been printed frequently in literary and university publications across the UK, US and Canada. He and
Sylvia Kelso is an author of both fantasy and science fiction, usually set in analogue or outright Australian landscapes. She has a Creative Writing MA built around one science-fiction novel using
Brigid Kemmerer is the author A Curse So Dark and Lonely, the CILIP Carnegie Medal-nominated More Than We Can Tell and the Zoella and Friends Book Club-pick Letters to the
|Kemp, Debra A.|
Juliet Kemp lives by the river in London, with their partners, child, dog, and too many fountain pens. They have had stories published in several anthologies and online magazines. Their employment
|Kemp, Paul S.|
Paul S. Kemp is a lawyer who lives in Michigan with his wife and twin sons.
|Kemp, Paul Stuart|
|Kendal, Lindsay Anne|
Lindsay Anne Kendal was born in Manchester in the 1980s, has had a love of fantasy and horror for as long as she can remember, and began writing in her early 20's.
Carol Kendall (born 1917) is a children's author.
|Kendall, Gillian Murray|
Gillian Murray Kendall is a Full Professor of English literature at Smith College. A specialist in Shakespeare and English Renaissance drama, and a graduate of Stanford University’s
Scott Kenemore is the author of The Zen of Zombie; Z.E.O.; The Art of Zombie Warfare; The Code of the Zombie Pirate; Zombies vs. Nazis; and Zombie, Ohio, his debut novel. He lives in Chicago, Illinois.
Eve Kenin is a pseudonym of Eve Silver.
Chris Kennedy is a former school principal and naval aviator. His self-published novels include the Occupied Seattle military fiction duology, the Theogony and Codex Regius science fiction trilogies, and the War for Dominance fantasy trilogy.
|Kennedy, David A.|
|Kennedy, J. Y. T.|
Jennifer Kennedy lives in rural Alberta with her children and husband. Dominion is her first novel.
Jeffe Kennedy is an award-winning, bestselling author who writes fantasy with romantic elements and contemporary romance. She serves on the Board of Directors for SFWA as a Director at Large. Her
Leigh Kennedy (born 1951) is an American science fiction writer who has lived in the United Kingdom since 1985.
Leigh Kennedy. Wikipedia.
Raven Kennedy is a tea and dark chocolate kind of girl and can often be found binge-watching The Office or The Great British Baking Show.
She enjoys writing all kinds of books, because each
Sean Kennedy was born in 1975 in Melbourne, Australia, but currently lives in the second most isolated city in the world (although there still seems to be conjecture over whether it is actually
Marissa Kennerson received her B.A. in English literature from the University of California, Berkeley. Before earning her master's degree in psychology and art therapy, she worked
Rick Kennett (born 1956) is an Australian writer of science fiction, horror and ghost stories. He is the most prolific and widely-published author in Australia after Paul Collins, Terry
|Kenney, Douglas C.|
Douglas C. Kenney (1947–1980) was an American writer who co-founded National Lampoon magazine in 1970.
Michelle is a firm believer in magic, and that ancient doorways to other worlds can still be found if we look hard enough. She is also a hopeless scribbleaholic and, when left to her own devices,
Pádraig Kenny is an Irish writer from Newbridge in County Kildare. He has a first class master's degree in Anglo-Irish Writing from Maynooth University, and he has taught English literature and
Jasper Kent was born in Worcestershire, England in 1968. He attended King Edward's School, Birmingham and went on to study Natural Sciences at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, specialising in
Josh Kent grew up wandering the forests and muddy banks of the Ohio River in the small town of Shadyside, once known mostly for its casket-making factory. He was enthralled by folk legends
Philip Kent is a pseudonym of Kenneth Bulmer.
|Kent, Steven L.|
Winona was born in London, England. She came to Canada with her parents and grew up in Regina, Saskatchewan. She's a graduate of Central Collegiate and the University of Regina, where she
|Kenton, L. P.|
L. P. Kenton is a pseudonym of R. L. Fanthorpe.
Kay Kenyon is an American science fiction author. Her first novel, The Seeds of Time, was published in 1997.
Nate Kenyon is an American author.
Sherrilyn Kenyon (born 1965) is a bestselling and award-winning American author of paranormal romance novels.
Sherrilyn Kenyon also writes under the pseudonym of Kinley MacGregor.
|Keohane, Daniel G.|
Johannes Kepler (1571–1630) was a German mathematician, astronomer and astrologer, and key figure in the 17th century scientific revolution. He is best known for his eponymous laws of
A graduate of the Department of Dramatic Writing at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Liz has a background in screenwriting and live theatre as well as fiction. She currently lives and works in
|Kerley, Brian K.|
Brian K. Kerley lives in rural Alaska with his wife and grandson. He holds a degree in aviation from the University of Alaska Anchorage, and studies literature and creative writing at the
|Kerley, C. M.|
C. M. Kerley is the author of the Barclan Series of fantasy novels.
Gregory Kern is a pseudonym of E. C. Tubb.
Eileen Kernaghan (born 1939) is a Canadian author.
Eileen Kernaghan. Wikipedia.
|Kerns, Daniel R.|
Daniel R. Kerns is a pen name of Jacqueline Lichtenberg.
Katharine Kerr was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1944 to a family which considered itself British-in-exile far more than American. In 1962, she moved to the San Francisco Bay Area, and has lived there
|Kerr, P. B.|
P. B. Kerr is a pseudonym of the thriller author Philip Kerr.
Philip Ballantyne Kerr (1956–2018) was a British author, best known for his Bernie Gunther series of historical thrillers.
Jade Kerrion, an award-winning author, got her start in fan fiction. She developed a loyal reader base with her fan fiction series based on the MMORPG Guild Wars. She was accused of keeping her
|Kerruish, Jessie Douglas|
Gerald Kersh (1911–1968) was a British writer.
|Keshishian, John M.|
John Kessel (born 1950) is an American science fiction and fantasy author.
Winner of the Nebula, Sturgeon, Locus, and Tiptree awards, John Kessel is the author of The New York
|Kessler, Jackie Morse|
|Kessman, Scott Michael|
Scott Michael Kessman currently resides in Long Island, New York, where he lives happily with his beautiful wife and two annoying cats. He has always been a writer, since the days of early
Kitty Keswick is an American Author.
"I may write about supernatural things, but there’s no magical potion for writing. You have to pay… sometimes with blood and
Simon is a British fantasy and sci/fi writer, with over a hundred short stories published in a wide variety of magazines, including Analog and Nature. He’s the author of the Cloven Land fantasy
Uel Key was the pseudonym of British author Samuel Whittell Key (1874–1948), who wrote short stories regarding Prof. Arnold Rhymer, the Spook Specialist.
Daniel F. Keyes (born 1927) is an American author. He is best known for his Hugo award-winning short story and Nebula award-winning novel Flowers for Algernon. He was given the Author
Gregory Keyes (born 1963) is an American writer of science fiction and fantasy who has written both original and media-related novels under both the names J. Gregory Keyes and Greg
Morgan Keyes grew up in California, Texas, Georgia, and Minnesota, accompanied by
|Khan, Ahmed A.|
|Khan, Ausma Zehanat|
Ausma Zehanat Khan holds a Ph.D. in International Human Rights Law with a specialization in military intervention and war crimes in the Balkans. She is a former adjunct law professor and was
Miriam is from Cheshire, England and a family of six siblings. Her love for creativity led to acting at her local theatre before being a lead vocalist in rock bands. During those years, she often
Intisar Khanani grew up a nomad and world traveler. Born in Wisconsin, she has lived in five different states as well as in Jeddah on the coast of the Red Sea. She first remembers seeing snow on a
Rajan Khanna is a fiction writer, blogger, reviewer and narrator. His first novel, Falling Sky, a post-apocalyptic adventure with airships, was released in October 2014. His short
Cassandra Khaw is the business developer for a micropublisher Ysbryd Games, which specializes in narrative-driven video games. When not otherwise sending press releases, she is reading them. The
Jessica Khoury was born and raised in Georgia. She attended public school followed by homeschooling, and earned her bachelor’s degree in English from Toccoa Falls College. Origin
|Kidd, A. F.|
Chico has been writing ghost stories since 1979 under the name of A. F.
Jess was brought up in London as part of a large family from Mayo. Her debut novel, Himself, was published by Canongate and Atria in 2016/2017. The Hoarder, also titled Mr. Flood's Last Resort
|Kidd, Kathryn H.|
|Kiefer, J. R.|
J.R. Kiefer currently resides in the Pacific Northwest of the U.S.
After being a technical, non-fiction ghostwriter for many years, he decided to change up and write about
|Kiernan, Caitlín R.|
Caitlín Rebekah Kiernan (born 1964) is the author of science fiction and dark fantasy works, including ten novels; many comic books; and more than two hundred published short stories, novellas,
Celine Kiernan has spent most of her working life in the film business, and her career as a feature character animator spanned over seventeen years. Born and raised in Dublin, she now lives in
Hideyuki Kikuchi (born 1949) is a Japanese author famous for his horror novels. His most famous works including the Vampire Hunter D series, Darkside Blues and Wicked City. He has been compared to both Stephen King and H. P. Lovecraft.
Jack Kilborn is a pseudonym of J. A. Konrath.
Crawford Kilian (born 1941) is a Canadian author.
Crawford Kilian. Wikipedia.
Margaret Killjoy is a genderqueer author, born and raised in Maryland, who has spent her adult life traveling with no fixed home. A life on the road has given her a healthy respect for hobos,
Lee Killough (Karen Lee Killough, born 1942) is an American author.
Garry Douglas Kilworth (born 1941) writes fantasy, science fiction and historical fiction.
Garry Kilworth. Wikipedia.
Graci Kim is a Korean-Kiwi diplomat turned author who writes about the magic she wants to see in the world. When she's not lost in her imagination, she's drinking flat whites, eating ramyeon, and
Joe Kimball is a pseudonym of J. A. Konrath.
Alistair Kimble is a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation where he supervises an Evidence Response Team (the Bureau's Crime Scene Investigators). He served in the U.S. Navy,
|Kimbriel, Katharine Eliska|
Katharine Eliska Kimbriel (born 1956) is an American author.
|Kimmel, Margaret Mary|
|Kincaid, S. J.|
S.J. Kincaid was born in Alabama, grew up in California, and attended high school in New Hampshire, but it was while living beside a haunted graveyard in Scotland that she realized that she wanted
Karen Kincy (Olympia, WA) studies linguistics and computer science at The Evergreen State College. The setting of her debut novel Other is based on her hometown of Snohomish, WA.
|Kinder, Mel L.|
|King, A. S.|
A.S. King has been called "One of the best Y.A. writers working today" by the New York Times Book Review. King is the author of highly-acclaimed novels including her 2016 release Still Life with
Bernard King (born 1946) is a British author.
Caro King was born in London and raised in Surrey where she now lives with her partner, Kevin. She studied art and now works at the Home Office. Seven Sorcerers came from a rainy
|King, Catherine Faris|
Catherine Faris King is a Lebanese-Irish-American writer. She would like to thank her parents and friends for their endless support. The Ninety-Ninth Bride is her first book.
|King, David Powers|
David Powers King is the coauthor of Woven, with Michael Jensen. David was born in beautiful downtown Burbank, California, where his love for film inspired him to become a writer. An
|King, Emily R.|
Emily R. King is a writer of fantasy and the author of The Hundredth Queen. Born in Canada and raised in the United States, she has perfected the use of eh and y'all and
|King, J. Robert|
|King, Maggie Shen|
Maggie Shen King grew up in Taiwan and attended both Chinese and American schools before moving to Seattle at age sixteen. She studied English literature at Harvard, and her short stories have
|King, Mark A.|
Mark A. King has cooked for royalty, played football for the England manager, been in the close presence of a saint, and been held at gunpoint.
All this was a long time ago, and now he
Reed King is the pseudonym of a New York Times bestselling author and TV writer.
While Alaskan science fiction/fantasy/romance author Sara King is not six-foot-four with carrot-soup hair and eyes that’ll make a wereverine stare, she does live the same crazy, socially
Stephen King (born 1947) is an American writer of contemporary horror fiction, science fiction, and fantasy literature. An estimated 300-350 million copies of King's novels and short story
|King, T. Jackson|
Tom King worked for the counterterrorism unit at the Central Intelligence Agency following the events of 9/11. Before the CIA, he worked for DC Comics and Marvel. He lives in Washington, D.C.
Wesley King has recently come to terms with the fact that his first career choice — jedi — may be impractical for the moment. He is now embarking on his second choice — YA author.
Ronald Gordon King-Smith OBE (born 1922), better known by his pen name Dick King-Smith, is a prolific English children's author, best known for writing The Sheep-Pig, retitled in the US as
Will Kingdom is a pseudonym of Phil Rickman.
T. Kingfisher, also known as Ursula Vernon, is the author and illustrator of many projects, including the webcomic
|Kingrea, J. Todd|
Donald MacDonald Kingsbury (born 1929) is an American-Canadian science fiction author. Kingsbury taught mathematics at McGill University, Montreal, from 1956 until his retirement in
Jeremy Kingston is a pseudonym of John Gregory Betancourt.
|Kingworth, K. S. R.|
Richard Kinion is a pseudonym of Edward Lee.
George Kinley is a pseudonym of Edmund Cooper.
|Kinsella, W. P.|
W. P. Kinsella is the author of Shoeless Joe, which was later adapted into the feature film Field of Dreams. His other novels include The Iowa Baseball Confederacy,
|Kinser, Diane Mechem|
Joseph Rudyard Kipling (1865–1936) was a British author and poet. Born in Bombay, British India (now Mumbai), he is best known for his works of fiction The Jungle Book (1894), (a
John Kippax was the pen name of English science fiction writer John Charles Hynam, author of many short stories and the Venturer Twelve series of space opera novels (most in collaboration with Dan Morgan).
John Kippax. Wikipedia.
Marie Kiraly is a pseudonym of Elaine Bergstrom.
|Kirby, Matthew J.|
Matthew J. Kirby is the critically acclaimed author of the middle-grade novels Icefall and The Clockwork Three. He was born in Utah, and grew up in Maryland, California, and
|Kirby, T. J.|
T. J. Kirby is a pseudonym of V. M. Thompson.
Brian Kirk lives in Atlanta with his beautiful wife and rambunctious identical twin boys. He works as a freelance writer in addition to writing fiction, and is currently working on the second
|Kirk, Richard A.|
Richard's work is drawn from an interest in the forms and processes of the natural world. He explores these themes through the creation of meticulous drawings in ink, graphite and silverpoint,
Russell Kirk (1918–1994) was an American political theorist, moralist, historian, social
Ryan Kirk is the author of the Nightblade series of fantasy novels and the founder of Waterstone Media. He was an English teacher and nonprofit consultant before diving into writing full-time in 2015.
|Kirkland, Dr. James I.|
Robert Kirkman is an American comic book writer best known for his work on The Walking Dead and Invincible for Image Comics, and Ultimate
Russell Kirkpatrick’s love of literature and a chance encounter with fantasy novels as a teenager opened up a vast number of possibilities to him. He realised that he could combine storytelling with
Erica Kirov is an American writer of Russian descent. Though she is not from a family of magicians, she is from a proud family of Russians, and she grew up hearing stories of their lives there.
Rosemary Kirstein is an American science fiction writer. She currently lives in Connecticut, near Springfield, Massachusetts.
Lucy Kissick is a PhD researcher in planetary science, currently simulating ancient Martian lakes in the lab at the University of Oxford, and is also the principle scientist on a mission concept to
Gwendolyn Kiste is a speculative fiction author based in Pennsylvania. Her work has appeared in Nightmare Magazine, Shimmer, Interzone, LampLight, Flash Fiction Online, and Three-Lobed Burning Eye
Phoebe Kitanidis is a Greek-American writer. Phoebe grew up in a variety of places, including Athens, Greece; the American Midwest; and the San Francisco Bay Area. She attended five elementary
Trystam Kith is a pseudonym of Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.
Caitlin Kittredge (born 1984) is an American author of dark fantasy and urban fantasy noir. She is known for her Nocturne City series of adult novels, and for The Iron Codex, a series of young-adult books.
Amber Kizer is not one of those authors who wrote complete books at the age of three and always knew she wanted to be a writer. She merely enjoyed reading until a health challenge forced her to
Kristin Kladstrup lives with her family near Boston, Massachusetts. The Book of Story Beginnings is her first novel.
From the author's official website:
USA Today bestselling author Mindy Klasky learned to read when her
|Klause, Annette Curtis|
Annette Curtis Klause (born 1953) is an American author and librarian.
Andrew Klavan, (born 1954), known also by his pen name Keith Peterson, is an American writer of mystery novels, psychological thrillers, and screenplays for "tough-guy" mystery films. Two of
Christian Klaver is author of The Supernatural Case Files of Sherlock Holmes, Shadows Over London and the Nightwalker Series, and has also written over a dozen novels in both
Kevin is the author of a number of books including the Actors and Angels series and the Nate and Cameron Collection.
The Actors and Angels series are three comedies about theatre in the
Gérard Klein (born in 1937) is a French science fiction author. He is also known as Gilles d'Argyre.
Emmy-nominated writer Jen Klein grew up in North Carolina and studied theater at Appalachian State University. She wrote the screenplay for the movie The Choking Game and is also the
|Klein, R. E.|
|Klein, T. E. D.|
Theodore "Eibon" Donald Klein (born 1947) is an American horror writer and editor.
T. E. D. Klein. Wikipedia.
|Klein, Tal M.|
Eyal Kless is a classical violinist who enjoys an international career both as a performer and a teacher. Born in Israel, Eyal has travelled the world extensively, living several years in Dublin,
|Kline, Otis Adelbert|
Otis Adelbert Kline (1891–1946) born in Chicago, Illinois, USA, was an adventure novelist and literary agent during the pulp era. Much of his work first appeared in the magazine Weird
|Kline, Robert Y.|
Savannah Kline worked as a magazine editor, University lecturer, and freelance journalist before pursuing her lifelong interest in fiction writing. Her work has appeared in several science fiction anthologies, including The Dead that Walk.
|Kling, Heidi R.|
Heidi R. Kling is an American author. Born and raised in California, she grew up all over the Golden
Heidi R. Kling is an American author. Born and raised in California, she grew up all over the Golden
Marc-Uwe Kling (born 1982 in Stuttgart) is a German songwriter, author, and Kabarett (political stand-up comedy) artist. He studied philosophy and drama at Freie Universität Berlin.
Lindsey Klingele ended up in Los Angeles via airplane, not portal, coming from the fantastical land of Michigan. She has since worked in the writers’ rooms of television shows such as ABC
|Klinger, Leslie S.|
Leslie S. Klinger is one of the world's foremost authorities on Sherlock Holmes. He is the editor of the three-volume The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes. The first two volumes, The
Marko Kloos was born in Germany and raised in and around the city of Münster. In the past, he was a soldier, bookseller, freight dock worker, and corporate IT administrator before he decided that
Robert Kloss is the author of two novels, The Alligators of Abraham and The Revelator; a novella, How the Days of Love & Diphtheria; and the hybrid genre work, The Desert Places, co-authored with Amber Sparks and illustrated by Matt Kish.
Jeffrey Kluger is editor at large for Time magazine and the author or coauthor of twelve books, including Apollo 13, Apollo 8, and two novels for young adults. He has
Travis “TJ” Klune is the author of The Extraordinaries (Tor Teen) and The House in the Cerulean Sea (Tor). Being queer himself, TJ believes it’s important - now more than
Writing has always been Cayla Kluver's passion. It wasn't until her freshman year in high school that she discovered this made her different from her classmates. She was writing in a notebook at
Chris Kluwe is the author of the acclaimed non-fiction collection Beautifully Unique Sparkleponies (Little, Brown); a contributor to Press Start To Play (Vintage); and the lead
|Knaak, Richard A.|
Richard A. Knaak (born 1961) is an American author.
|Knapp, Eloise J.|
|Knapp, Eric D.|
|Knerr, M. E.|
Alex Knight is filling good books with bad jokes one sentence at a time.
As an author of LitRPG and Fantasy his work includes the Nova Online Trilogy, The Far Wild, and Rise to
Amarantha Knight is a pseudonym of Nancy Kilpatrick.
Angela Knight is an American author of mostly erotic fantasy. She was a reporter for ten years and a comic book author. She lives in South Carolina. First published under Red Sage, she was able to
Anne Knight is a pseudonym of Rhondi A. Vilott Salsitz.
Damon Francis Knight (1922–2002) was an American science fiction author, editor, critic and fan. His forte was short stories and he is widely acknowledged as having been a master of the genre.
Damon Knight. Wikipedia.
|Knight, E. E.|
E. E. Knight (born 1965) is a pen name for an American science fiction and fantasy author.
Francis Knight was born and lives in Sussex, England. She has held a variety of jobs from being a groom in the Balearics, where she punched a policeman and got away with it, to an IT administrator.
|Knight, H. R.|
H. R. Knight is a pen name of Harry Squires.
|Knight, Harry Adam|
Harry Adam Knight is a pseudonym of John Brosnan and Leroy Kettle.
J. Knight is a pseudonym of Jan Strnad.
Julia Knight is married with two children and the world's daftest dog. She lives in Sussex, UK, and when not writing she likes riding motorbikes, watching wrestling (it's the muscles, sweat and
Karsten Knight has been writing since the age of six, when he completed his first masterpiece: a picture book series about an adventurous worm. In the two decades that have followed, Karsten worked
|Knight, Norman L.|
Norman Louis Knight (1895–1972) was an American author.
Steven Knight is an Oscar-nominated screenwriter. The Last Words of Will Wolfkin is his first book for children.
|Knowlton, R. A.|
Elizabeth Fiona Knox, ONZM, (born 1959) is an award-winning New Zealand writer. She has authored eight novels, an autobiographical trilogy of novellas, a fantasy duet for young adults, and a
Dan Koboldt is the author of the Gateways to Alissia trilogy (Harper Voyager), the editor of Putting the Science in Fiction (Writers Digest, 2018), and the creator of the sci-fi adventure
|Koch, G. J.|
G. J. Koch is a pseudonym of Gini Koch.
Gini Koch has also written books under the pseudonym of G. J. Koch.
|Koehler, K. H.|
David Koepp is a celebrated American screenwriter and director best known for his work on Jurassic Park, Spider-Man, Panic Room, War of the Worlds and Mission: Impossible. His work on screen has grossed over $6 billion worldwide.
|Kogler, Jennifer Anne|
Sharie Kohler took her adolescent dreaming one step further and penned her first story in the back of her high school Spanish class. This passion led her to pursue a degree in English and
|Koivu, Jason R.|
Kathe Koja (born 1960) is an American writer. She was initially known for her intense speculative fiction for adults, but over the past few years has turned to writing young adult
A writer and editor living in Seattle with his two daughters and his partner, Karawynn Long. While The Edge of Chaos is Jak's
|Koller, Jackie French|
Jackie French Koller (born 1948) is an American author of picture books, chapter books, and novels for children and young adults. She lives and writes in western Massachusetts.
Dani Kollin lives in Los Angeles, California. He is the brother of Eytan Kollin.
Eytan Kollin lives in Pasadena, California. He is the brother of Dani Kollin.
Thomas Koloniar is a former police officer from Akron, Ohio, now living in Mexico.
Victor Koman (born 1954) is an American science fiction and fantasy writer and agorist. A three time winner of the Prometheus Award, Koman is mainly popular
Sakyo Komatsu (1931–2011) was a Japanese science fiction writer and screenwriter. He was one of the most well known and highly regarded science fiction writers in Japan.
Sakyo Komatsu. Wikipedia.
Jason grew up in New City, NY, about twenty minutes north of Manhattan, exit 10 off the Palisades Parkway if you know the area. Jason has written countless press releases, bios and commercials
Alethea Kontis (born 1976) is an American author and editor.
|Kooistra, Jeffery D.|
Dean Ray Koontz (born 1945) is an American writer.
Dean Koontz is best known for suspense thrillers, which incorporate elements of horror, science fiction, mystery, and satire.
Stevie Kopas was born and raised in Perth Amboy, New Jersey. She is a gamer, a writer and an apocalypse enthusiast. Stevie will never turn down a good cup of coffee and might even be a bit
|Kopaska-Merkel, David C.|
Adam Korenman is an author, screenwriter, and purveyor of artisanal marshmallows. He is the former Section Editor of CC2KOnline, co-founder of Thinking With Fire, and the Head Writer of Go Go
Ketih Korman is an American literary agent and novelist. Over the years he has represented many nationally known writers of fiction and non-fiction at his family's literary agency Raines & Raines. He is the author of Banquo’s Ghosts.
|Korn, M. F.|
|Kornbluth, C. M.|
Cyril Michael Kornbluth (1923–1958) is an American science fiction author. He has used these pseudonyms: Cecil Corwin, S.D. Gottesman, Edward J. Bellin, Kenneth Falconer, Walter C. Davies, Simon Eisner and Jordan Park.
Nicole Kornher-Stace was born in Philadelphia in 1983, moved from the East Coast to the West Coast and back again by the time she was five, and currently lives in New Paltz, NY, with one husband,
Nik Korpon is the author of several books, including The Soul Standard and Stay God, Sweet Angel.
He lives in Baltimore with his wife and two children.
Michael Koryta's first novel, the Edgar-nominated Tonight I Said Goodbye, was published when he was just twenty-one, and was followed by Sorrow's Anthem and A Welcome
Lynne Kositsky is an award-winning Canadian author of poetry and young adult historical fiction.
Lynne Kositsky. Wikipedia.
Bart Kosko, a professor of electrical engineering at USC, holds degrees in law, philosophy, economics, mathematics, and engineering, and is the author of Fuzzy Thinking, Heaven in a Chip,
Ted Kosmatka's short fiction has been nominated for both the Nebula Award and the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award, and appeared in numerous Year’s Best collections.
Conor Kostick. Wikipedia.
|Kotlan, C. M.|
Steven Kotler is a New York Times bestselling author, award-winning journalist, and co-founder and director of research for the Flow Genome Project. His books include Stealing Fire,
Elise Kova is a USA Today bestselling author. In her past lives, she has graduated from an MBA program, lived in Japan for a bit, and worked for a Fortune 500 technology company. However, she finds
|Kowal, Mary Robinette|
Mary Robinette Kowal is the 2008 recipient of the Campbell Award for Best New Writer. Her short fiction has appeared in Strange Horizons, Cosmos and Asimov’s. Mary, a
Charles Kowalski writes both adult thrillers and fantasy for younger readers. His debut thriller, MIND VIRUS, won the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers’ Colorado Gold Award and was a finalist for
David Kowalski is an Australian author, obstetrician and gynaecologist. The Company of the Dead is his first novel.
Jacqueline Koyanagi was born in Ohio to a Japanese-Southern-American family, eventually moved to Georgia, and earned a degree in anthropology with a minor in religion. Her stories feature
Stephen Kozeniewski lives with his wife and two cats in Pennsylvania, the birthplace of the modern zombie. He was born to the soothing strains of “Boogie With Stu” even though The
|Kozloff, Sarah |
Sarah has spent her life immersed in literature, narrative, and film.
After a degree in English at Dartmouth she worked in
|Kozlowsky, M. P.|
Andrew Kozma's fiction has been published in Albedo One, Interzone, Fantasy Scroll and Daily Science Fiction. His poems have appeared in Blackbird, Subtropics, Copper Nickel, and Best American
Jeramey Kraatz has wanted superpowers ever since he opened his first comic book as a kid. He attended Texas Christian University and the MFA writing program at Columbia University. He is also
|Kramer, David F.|
|Kramer, Edward E.|
Steven Krane is a pseudonym of S. Andrew Swann.
|Krasneck, Ronald Edward|
An avid reader of fantasy for many years, Ronald Edward Krasneck was inspired to try his hand at spinning a grand saga. He has worked with numerous authors, including Terry Brooks to hone his
In 1974, at age seventeen, Tom Kratman became a political refugee and defector from the PRM (People’s Republic of Massachusetts) by virtue of joining the Regular Army. He stayed a Regular Army
Daniel Kraus has landed on Entertainment Weekly's Top 10 Books of 2015 (The Death and Life of Zebulon Finch) and has won two Odyssey Awards (for Rottersand Scowler). With Guillermo del Toro, he
Autumn Krause was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She attended Biola University for her undergrad and worked as a wedding gown stylist at an upscale bridal salon in Beverly Hills while
|Kreffel, Erik J.|
Laura Kreitzer is a best-selling fantasy and science fiction author who hails from western Kentucky. Her full-time 9-5 job used to be working in a lab devoted to water dye-tracing investigations at
Grace Krilanovich is a graduate of the California Institute of the Arts, where she received her MFA. She has been a finalist for the Starcherone Prize, has been nominated for a Pushcart
Swapna Swapna is a space, technology, and pop culture writer and journalist. Her work has been published at Engadget, The Verge, Polygon, StarTrek.com, StarWars.com, The A.V. Club, and more.
Giles Kristian is half Norwegian but was born in Leicestershire. He divides his time between London, New York and Norway.
Snorri Kristjansson was born in Reykjavik in 1974. He moved to Norway in 1983, where he lived for 7 years and found a passionate aversion to skiing. Since 2005, Snorri has been London-based,
Jay Kristoff is the award-winning author of The Lotus War series and Illuminae. He spent most of his formative years locked in his bedroom with piles of books, or gathered around dimly-lit tables
Naomi Kritzer is a writer and blogger who has published a number of short stories and several novels for adults, including two trilogies for Bantam. Her 2015 short story “Cat Pictures Please”
Andrew Krivak is the author of three novels: The Bear; The Signal Flame, a Chautauqua Prize finalist; and The Sojourn, a National Book Award finalist and winner of both
Robert Kroese honed his sense of irony growing up in Grand Rapids, Michigan. After barely graduating from Calvin College, he stumbled into software development. In 2009, he called upon his
Leena Krohn (born 1947) is one of the most distinctive and guileless geniuses of contemporary Finnish literature. She has written poetry, children's books, novels, fables, short stories, essays and
After pumping gas for nine years to put himself through college, Dan Krokos, now twenty-six, writes full-time. He enjoys watching TV, playing MMORPGs, and drinking coffee. His YA novel, False
Christopher Krovatin is the author of Gravediggers: Mountain of Bones as well as the young adult novels Heavy Metal and You and Venomous. He is also a contributing writer
Paul Krueger is a fantasy author and lapsed Chicagoan currently living in Los Angeles. His bartending-and-magic debut novel, Last Call at the Nightshade Lounge, was published by Quirk
Isabella Kruger is an indie author and film maker with a love for writing .In between doing all of these fabulous things she hopes to become a pastor/worship leader and finish her studies at
|Kruger, Mark H.|
Mark H. Kruger is a screen and TV writer specializing in edge-of-your-seat thrillers and suspense. He has contributed to many television series and movies but is best known for having written
Michelle Krys is the author of Hexed. She lives with her husband and son in Northwestern Ontario, Canada. She works part-time as a NICU nurse and spends her free
|Kuang, R. F.|
R. F. Kuang is a graduate of the 2016 Odyssey Writing Workshop. She studies Chinese history at Georgetown University and lives in Washington, D.C. The Poppy War is her debut novel.
|Kube-McDowell, Michael P.|
Alfred Leopold Isidor Kubin (1877-1959) was an Austrian printmaker, illustrator, and occasional writer. Kubin is considered an important representative of Symbolism and Expressionism.
|Kuderna, Bryan M.|
Bryan M. Kuderna is the author of Anoroc and Millennial Millionaire. His books are sold internationally and have been published in several languages. He is also the host of The Kuderna Podcast, and
|Kuhn, M. J.|
M. J. Kuhn is a fantasy writer by night and a mild-mannered university employee by day. She lives in the metro Detroit area with her husband Ryan, a dog named Wrex, and the very spoiled cat Thorin Oakenshield.
Sarah Kuhn is the author of the popular Heroine Complex novels - a series starring Asian American superheroines. The first book was a Locus bestseller and an RT Reviewers’
Peter Kujawinski is an author and diplomat, currently serving as US Consul General for Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories. He co-wrote the Dormia series with Jake Halpern and has written for The New York Times.
Angela Kulig is an American gypsy, and former pirate. She has been from sea to shining sea - and though she is currently trapped in the desert against her will, she escapes everyday in the form of many books.
Kendall Kulper grew up in New Jersey and currently lives in Chicago with her husband and dog. She graduated from Harvard University, where she studied history and literature. Thanks to Salt
Derek Künsken has built genetically engineered viruses, worked with street children and refugees in Latin America, served as a Canadian diplomat, and, most importantly, taught his son about
|Kunstler, James Howard|
James Howard Kunstler (born 1948) is an American author, social critic, public speaker, and blogger. He is best known for his books
Mike Kupari is the author of debut science fiction novel Her Brother's Keeper, as well as coauthor, with Larry Correia, of the best-selling Dead Six miltary advanture series including
Tonya Kuper is the promotions manager at the Seymour Agency, as well as a frequent contributor to the blogs YA Stands and All the Write Notes. Anomaly is her debut novel. Visit her online at http://tonyakuper.blogspot.com/.
Lynn Kurland is a best-selling American author of historical, time travel, and fantasy romance novels. The characters in her books are all belong to one of three extended families (MacLeod,
Michael Joseph Kurland (born 1938) is an American author, best known for his works of science fiction and detective fiction.
Michael Kurland. Wikipedia.
Domagoj Kurmaić is just your average accountant from Croatia who thinks way too much about fantasy and sci-fi, and occasionally puts his thoughts into writing.
Dawn Kurtagich is a writer of psychologically sinister fiction, and she has a dark and twisted imagination! She lives in Wales, an ancient and mountainous country within the UK (go to
Katherine Kurtz (Katherine Irene Kurtz) is an American fantasy author. She was born 1944. She is best known for the Deryni novels.
Ellen Kushner is a novelist, performer, and public radio personality. She is a member of Terri Windling’s Endicott Studio for Mythic Arts and co-founder of the Interstitial Arts Foundation.
Henry Kuttner (1915–1958) was an American author of science fiction, fantasy and horror. His wife was the science fiction author ... Read more ...
|Kuzniar, M. A.|
M.A. Kuzniar spent six years living in Spain, teaching English and travelling the world which inspired her children’s series The Ship of Shadows. Her adult debut novel Midnight in
Ambelin Kwaymullina loves reading sci-fi/fantasy books, and has wanted to write a novel since she was six years old. She comes from the Palyku people of the Pilbara region of Western
|Kyle, David A.|
David A. Kyle (born 1919) is a Potsdam, New York-based science fiction writer and prominent member of science fiction fandom.
David A. Kyle. Wikipedia.
|Kym, J. Noah|