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Zafer Köse

Zafer Köse was born in 1970 in Gemlik (Turkey) and lived in Germany for nine years. He is the author of the novels Söz İstiyorum (I want to have a word, 2006) and Son Ozan Livaneli...

Sonam Kachru

Sonam Kachru is an assistant professor in the department of religious studies at the University of Virginia. He is professionally a student of the history of philosophy in South Asia, with...

Nikos Kachtitsis

Nikos Kachtitsis was born in 1926 in Greece and died in 1970. He spent a few years in Cameroon, Africa, eventually moved to Montreal, Canada, and returned to Greece the same year he died. He...

Ismail Kadare

Ismail Kadare (b. 1936) is a highly regarded Albanian writer of fiction, poetry, and essays. Some of his most famous novels include The General of the Dead Army, Broken April, Chronicle in...

Mourad Kadiri

Mourad Kadiri was born in Sale, Morocco, in 1965. A poet who writes in Moroccan Arabic, he is a member of Morocco's Writers' Union and a member of the executive committee of the House of...

Franz Kafka

Franz Kafka (1883–1924) was one of the major German-language writers of the 20th century. He was born to middle-class Jewish parents in Prague. Trained as a lawyer, he worked in the...

K. Thomas Kahn

K. Thomas Kahn‘s criticism has appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books, The Millions, The Quarterly Conversation, Open Letters Monthly, Numéro Cinq, Bookslut, Berfrois, and other...

Mitsuyo Kakuta

Mitsuyo Kakuta was born in 1967, in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. She graduated from Waseda University's School of Literature. In 1990, her debut novel Kōfuku na yūgi (A...

Kalaivaathy Kaleel

Kalaivaathy Kaleel has written and published in Tamil in a weekly newspaper called Vidivelli. He hails from the Northern area of Sri Lanka, in Mannar. He is a senior writer, poet, painter and...

Rohan Kamicheril

Rohan Kamicheril is a writer, editor, and cook. He is the founder and editor of Tiffin, a Web site dedicated to showcasing regional Indian food through interviews, recipes, and travel stories. His...

Wladimir Kaminer

Wladimir Kaminer is one of Germany's most popular young writers. His fifth book, Die Reise nach Trulala (The Journey to La-la-land), where the excerpt published here originally appeared, was...

André Kaminski

André Kaminski was born in Geneva in 1923 after his Jewish family moved there from Poland. He earned a Ph.D. in history and taught at the University of Geneva for several years before...

Ilya Kaminsky

Ilya Kaminsky is the poetry editor of Words Without Borders. He was born in Odessa, in the former Soviet Union, and came to the United States in 1993, when his family was granted asylum by the...

Anja Kampmann

Anja Kampmann holds an MFA in poetry and fiction from the German Literature Institute and was a writer in residence at the International Writing Program in Iowa City in 2010. A...

Sissal Kampmann

Sissal Kampmann (1974) was born in the small town of Vestmanna in the Faroe Islands. She earned her MA in Nordic Literature and Cultural Communication from the University of Copenhagen. Her...

Michael Kandel

Michael Kandel was a Fulbright student in Poland, 1966-67; taught Russian literature at George Washington University; received his PhD in Slavic at Indiana University; translated Polish writer...

Han Kang

Han Kang  was born in Gwangju, South Korea, and moved to Seoul at the age of ten. She studied Korean literature at Yonsei University. Her writing has won the Yi Sang...

Maarja Kangro

Maarja Kangro was born in 1973 in Estonia, where she currently lives. She has been described as one of the most formidable voices of her generation in Estonia with her wry, ironic, and incisive...

Maxim Kantor

The artist and writer Maxim Kantor was born in Moscow in 1957 and graduated from the Moscow Art Polytechnic in 1980. In 1983 he organized the independent group of painters that was later called...

Gazmend Kapllani

Gazmend Kapllani writes for Ta Nea, Greece's largest-circulation daily. His Short Border Handbook is forthcoming from Portobello Books in 2009.

Yadé Kara

Yadé Kara was born in 1965 in Cayirlu, Turkey, where she studied English and German. She works as an actor, teacher, manager, and journalist in Berlin, London, Istanbul, and Hong Kong....

Zachary Karabashliev

Zachary Karabashliev is a novelist, playwright, and a screenwriter. His debut novel, 18% Gray, is a bestselling title in Bulgaria and was published in the United States, France, Poland,...

Karin Karakasli

Karin Karakaşlı was born in Istanbul in 1972 and graduated from Boğazici University’s School of Foreign Languages where she studied interpreting and...

Margarita Karapanou

Margarita Karapanou was born in Athens in 1946 and grew up in Athens and Paris. She was the author of five novels, the first of which, Kassandra and the Wolf, has been translated into four...

Lilit Karapetyan

Lilit Karapetyan (b. 1990) has a degree in art history from Yerevan State University. Her works have been published in literary magazines and she has translated from English, Russian, and Farsi....

David Karashima

David Karashima is an assistant professor of creative writing at the School of International Liberal Studies, Waseda University. He has translated into English works by authors such as Hitomi...

Martin Karbowski

Martin Karbowski is one of the best-known names in new Bulgarian journalism and the first representative of Gonzo journalism in Bulgaria. Over the past twenty years, he has worked at all the major...

Mona Kareem

Mona Kareem is a poet, translator, and journalist based in New York. She is the author of three poetry collections, some of which were translated into French, English, Spanish, Dutch, German,...

Doris Kareva

Doris Kareva (b. 1958) is an Estonian poet, editor, and translator. She has published thirteen poetry collections, most recently Shape of Time (2005). A volume of her essays was published in...

Jonas Karlsson

Jonas Karlsson, b. 1971, is the epitome of the word multitalented. One of Sweden's most prominent actors, Karlsson has acted in numerous plays at the Royal Dramatic Theater, Sweden's...

Sulosana Karthigasu

Sulosana Karthigasu serves as a senior consultant with the Ministry of Communications and Information. She has more than forty years of experience in the fields of publication, research, strategic...

Kavitha Karuum

Kavitha Karuum is an emerging literary translator. After working for sixteen years as a journalist, she is now an arts administrator. 

Pir Mohammad Karwan

Pir Mohammad Karwan is a poet and prose writer. He made his debut as a writer in 1993 with the poetry collection From Evening to Evening which since then has been followed up by two more...

Ioanna Karystiani

Ioanna Karystiani was born in Chania, Crete and now lives in Athens. She is the author of four novels and a book of short stories. She also wrote the screenplay for The Brides, directed by...

Sayed Kashua

Sayed Kashua was born in 1975 in the Galilee and studied at Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He writes a weekly column for Ha'aretz, Israel's most prestigious newspaper. Kashua's...

Jakuba Katalpa

Jakuba Katalpa (b. 1979) is the pseudonym of Tereza Jandová. Katalpa, a writer and artist, is the author of five books: the short story collections Krásné bolesti (2000;...

Daniel Katz

Daniel Katz was born in Helsinki in 1938. He worked as a Jewish history teacher at the Jewish School in Helsinki, and in Haifa, Israel, as a driller on subway construction. His first...

Jan Kaus

Jan Kaus, born in 1971, is a novelist, artist, and musician. Kaus has written five novels, and two collections of prose poems (Miniatures in 2009 and The Map of Tallinn in 2014), in which he...

Neda Kavoosifar

Neda Kavoosifar, born in 1971, is a radiation therapist and a graduate of Shiraz University Medical School. She started writing fiction as an occasional pursuit in 1993 and a decade later...

Mieko Kawakami

Mieko Kawakami (1976–)  was born in Osaka. Her first break was as a musician; she made her major-label debut in 2002 and went on to release three albums. Eventually she...

Edmund Keeley

Edmund Keeley is the author of seven novels, nine volumes of nonfiction, and fourteen volumes of poetry in translation. He taught English, creative writing, and Hellenic studies at Princeton for...

Jin Keita

Jin Keita (b. 1981) is a psychiatrist living in Hokkaido. He started publishing fiction in 2010, and his stories have appeared in Monkey Business and Waseda Bungaku. "Kika" appeared in the 15th...

Haregu Keleta

Haregu Keleta is a former member of the Eritrean armed struggle for independence. She later worked as a journalist in Eritrea for seventeen years, where her short stories also appeared in local...

Keller + Kuhn

The novels of Keller + Kuhn (Christoph Keller and Heinrich Kuhn) include Unterm Strich Die blauen Wunder [The Blue Wonders, Reclam Verlag, Leipzig, 1997], perhaps the first (and only?) fax novel...

Yaşar Kemal

Yaşar Kemal Gökçeli was born in 1923 in Hemite, a hamlet in the province of Adana, in southern Turkey. In 1950 he became a reporter for Istanbul's most important daily...

Aigul Kemelbayeva

Aigul Kemelbayeva (born in 1965) is a graduate of the Maxim Gorky Literature Institute. She is the author of more than two hundred articles of literary criticism, written in Kazakh and collected...

Chantal Kenol

Chantal Kénol was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.  After obtaining her bachelor’s degree in English literature, with a minor in linguistics, from Georgetown University in...

Susan F. Kepner

After living in Thailand for several years, Susan F. Kepner earned her PhD at the University of California, Berkeley, where she continued to translate, write about, and teach modern Thai...

Zuska Kepplová

Zuzana Kepplová studied dramaturgy and screenplay writing at the Academy of Arts and Music in Bratislava, Slovakia, and earned a doctorate in gender studies from the Central European...

Mazen Kerbaj

Mazen Kerbaj, born in 1975, lives and works in Beirut. His main activities are comics, paintings, and music. He has published eleven books and many short stories and drawings in anthologies,...

Rivka Keren

Rivka Keren (b. 1946, Debrecen, Hungary) immigrated to Israel in 1957 and attained formal training in art, literature, philosophy, and clinical psychology. Writing and painting since childhood,...

Etgar Keret

Etgar Keret is a fiction writer, graphic novelist, and playwright from Israel. He has published several short story collections in English, among them The Bus Driver Who Wanted to be God and...

Navid Kermani

Navid Kermani was born in Siegen in 1967. He studied Islamic Studies, Philosophy and Theatre Studies at universities in Cologne, Cairo and Bonn. He completed his doctorate in Islamic Studies. He...

Eufrosinia Kersnovskaia

Eufrosinia Kersnovskaia descended from the Russian gentry and survived the Soviet gulag working as a logger and a miner. A complete version of her memoirs (including more than seven hundred...

Birhan Keskin

Birhan Keskin was born in Kırklareli, Turkey, in 1963. She graduated from Istanbul University in 1986 with a degree in sociology. Her first poems began to appear in 1984. From 1995 to 1998 she...

Sheng Keyi

Sheng Keyi was born in Yiyang, Hunan province, in the 1970s. She settled in Shenzhen during the 1990s before moving to Dongbei in 2001. In 2002 she began her career as an author and she received...

Hassan Khader

Hassan Khader is a Palestinian writer whose most recent publication is an autobiography, in Arabic, called Land of the Deer (2003). Other works include Identity of the Other and The Rise and...

Yasmina Khadra

Yasmina Khadra is the nom de plume of the former Algerian army officer Mohammed Moulessehoul. His newest book, The Sirens of Baghdad, will be published in May 2007. He is the author of six other...

Porochista Khakpour

Porochista Khakpour is the author of the forthcoming memoir Sick (Harper Perennial), and the novels The Last Illusion (Bloomsbury, 2014)—a 2014...

Jazra Khaleed

Jazra Khaleed was born in 1979 in Grozny, Chechnya.  He lives in Athens’ inner city and writes poetry in Greek, publishing mainly in samizdat and online.  He is an editor of the...

Sahar Khalifeh

Sahar Khalifeh is one of the Arab world's best-known novelists. Of her seven novels, only her second, Wild Thorns, published in Arabic in 1976, is available in English translation (1984)....

Jamal Khambar

Jamal Amin, known as Jamal Khambar, was born in Sulaimani in 1962.  He earned his law degree at the University of Baghdad in 1984 and was employed as a lawyer for eleven years in...

Asad Muhammad Khan

Photograph: M.U. Memon.   Asad Muhammad Khan was born in Bhopal, India, in 1932. He now lives in Karachi, Pakistan. He has written a number of television plays and published five...

Anwar Khan

Anwar Khan was born in Mumbai. He did his MA in both Urdu and Persian and worked for the Bombay Port Trust. He is the author of three collections of short stories and a novel. Before his...

Daniil Kharms

Daniil Kharms (1905-1942) was one of the founders of OBERIU, often described as Russia'?s last avant-garde group. His books in English translation include Incidences, translated by Neil...

Lyudmyla Khersonska

Lyudmyla Khersonska lives in Odessa, Ukraine. She is the author of two books of poetry, Vse svoi, named one of the ten best poetry books of 2011, and Tyl’naia-litsevaia (2015). Her work...

Elias Khoury

Born in Beirut in 1948, Elias Khoury is the author of eleven novels, four volumes of literary criticism, and three plays. The publication of his first novel, On the Relations of the Circle,...

Vénus Khoury-Ghata

Vénus Khoury-Ghata is a Lebanese poet and novelist who lives in France. She received the Prix Mallarmé in 1987 for Monologue du mort, the Prix Apollinaire in 1980 for Les Ombres et...

Danilo Kiš

Danilo Kiš was one of Serbia's most influential writers and the author of several novels and short-story collections, including A Tomb for Boris Davidovich, The Encyclopedia of the Dead, and...

Okamoto Kido

Okamoto Kido (1872–1939) was one of the most active authors in the kaiki revival. He was an enormously prolific writer and critic. In addition to his many kaiki shôsetsu, he wrote...

Amber Hyun Jung Kim

Amber Hyun Jung Kim is a freelance translator and conference interpreter. Based in Seoul, she teaches at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies and is a Literature Translation Institute of Korea...

Kim Sa-in

Kim Sa-in was born in Boeun, North Chungcheon Province, in 1955. He has published two collections of poetry, Night Letters (bame sseuneun pyeonji, 1987) and Liking in Silence (gamanhi joahaneun,...

Kim Soo-Bok

Kim Soo-Bok was born in Hamyang, South Gyeongsang Province, Korea, in 1953. He graduated from the Korean Language and Literature Department of Dankook University, Seoul, and continued his studies...

Kim Han-min

Han-min Kim is the author of several graphic novels, including Dear Euripides, Comet Study, Fairy of Places, Kafe Limbo, and The Book Island. He has also written and...

Sora Kim-Russell

Sora Kim-Russell's work has appeared in The American Reader, Asia Literary Review, Azalea: Journal of Korean Literature & Culture, New Writing from Korea, and Koreana:...

Kham Pun Kimny

Kham Pun Kimny wrote about urban and political life in Phnom Penh during the 1960s and 1970s. He is the author of Control Yourself: Don't Cry, Don't Laugh—Philosophies of the Strange...

Sandra Kingery

Professor of Spanish at Lycoming College, Sandra Kingery’s prose translations include Ana María Moix’s Julia and Of My Real Life I Know Nothing, René Vázquez...

Esther Kinsky

Esther Kinsky was born in 1956 in Engelkirchen, Germany and after living in the UK for a decade, now lives in Hungary. She is considered one of the most distinguished translators from Polish...

Miroslav Kirin

Miroslav Kirin was born in 1965 in Sisak, Croatia, and lives in Zagreb. He is the author of five volumes of poetry: Od nje do vječnosti [From Her to Eternity], 1989, which won the Goran Prize...

Lena Kitsopoulou

Lena Kitsopoulou was born in 1971, in Athens. She is a professional actress. The Bats is her first book.

Ilia Kitup

Born in 1964 in Russia, Ilia Kitup is a founding member of the Soviet comics fanzine, Kitup's Own Propeller Comics. Kitup also writes poetry and prose, paints, and plays ska music. He lives...

Nomura Kiwao

Nomura Kiwao studied Japanese literature at Waseda University and pursued doctoral studies in French literature at Meiji University. His works include over two dozen volumes of poetry and critical...

Mely Kiyak

Mely Kiyak, the daughter of Kurdish Turks, was born in Germany in 1976. She is a journalist and columnist, and her work appears in various newspapers, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung,...

Michael Kleeberg

The novelist Michael Kleeberg was born in Stuttgart in 1959. He grew up in Böblingen and Hamburg, where he later studied political science and visual communication. After extended stays in...

Natalia Klyuchareva

Natalia Klyuchareva is a poet, prose writer, and journalist. She was born in Perm, Russia, in 1981. She was shortlisted for the 2002 Debut Prize for Poetry and her first book of poems, White...

Ko Im-Hong

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Tomasz Kołodziejczak

Tomasz Kołodziejczak, born in 1967, is a Polish author, screenwriter, and publisher. He made his debut in 1985 with the short story "Rag Dolls" ("Kukiełki") in...

Vera Kobets

Vera Kobets lives in St. Petersburg, Russia. After graduating from St. Petersburg State University, she devoted a number of years to academic work and studies. She now she earns her living...

Erwin Koch

Erwin Koch, currently a freelance journalist in Switzerland, is the author of six books. He has twice received the Egon Erwin Kisch Prize for German-language journalism (1988 and 1996) and was...

Tynan Kogane

Tynan Kogane is an editor at New Directions. He was raised in Seattle and he graduated from the New School.

Wong Koi Tet

Wong Koi Tet started writing in his teens, published a collection each of poetry and prose, and then became a journalist. He quit journalism to pursue his master’s and wrote a series of...

Sergio Kokis

Sergio Kokis (born May 6, 1944 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) is a Canadian writer from Quebec. He is a two-time nominee for the Governor General's Award...

Ivan Kolarov

Ivan Kolarov has a bachelor's degree in Library and Information Sciences from Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski. After graduating, he worked for one of the...

Uwe Kolbe

Uwe Kolbe was born in East Berlin in 1957. He first published his poetry in Sinn und Form in 1976. In addition to nine collections of poetry, he has also published five other works:...

Monika Kompaníková

Monika Kompaníková (b. 1979) is a writer and visual artist. Her first book, Miesto pre samotu [A Place for Loneliness], a collection of short stories, was awarded the Ivan...

Akino Kondoh

Born in Chiba, Japan, in 1980, Akino Kondoh is an artist, cartoonist, and animator known for her striking, minimalist compositions, often executed with nothing more than pencil and watercolor....

Konstantin Kondratenko

Konstantin Sergeevich Kondratenko was born in Frunze (currently Bishkek), the capital of the Kyrgyz Republic.  He is a qualified organizational psychologist.  He is a founder and...

Joonas Konstig

Joonas Konstig (b. 1977) is an author and father to two girls. He also teaches creative writing. Konstig won second prize in the Martti Joenpolvi Short Story Competition in 2008. His debut work,...

Christopher Kontonikolis

Christopher Kontonikolis was born in Athens in 1981. He studied classics and is now completing a master’s degree in Byzantine literature at the University of Athens. He has composed poems...

Chart Korbjitti

One of Thailand’s most celebrated contemporary authors, Chart Korbjitti rose to fame in the 1980s, writing about working-class life amid social and economic changes. A number of his most...

Simone Kornappel

Simone Kornappel was born in 1978 in Bonn, Germany. She is the copublisher of Randnummer literaturhefte.

Mihály Kornis

Mihály Kornis (b. Mihály Kertész, 1949) is one of the most highly respected writers and dramatists in Hungary today. A man of the theater, he studied directing, then for...

Srecko Kosovel

Srecko Kosovel was born in 1904 and died in 1926 at the age of twenty-two. Though almost unpublished before his death, the opus he wrote during his short lifetime (more than a thousand poems and...

Lina Kostenko

Lina Kostenko (1936) is one of Ukraine’s most important contemporary poets. Between 1957 and 1961, she published three volumes of poetry that won her considerable popularity. Her refusal to...

Ahmadou Kourouma

Ahmadou Kourouma, called "one of the major figures of contemporary African literature" by Figaro, was born in 1927 in the small town of Boundiali in the Ivory Coast. As a young man he...

Lojze Kovacic

Lojze Kovačič wrote in short prose and longer forms, including non-fiction and, primarily, fiction. For him, the novel form is based on fragments, as in his Five Fragments or Dust, but...

Uršuľa Kovalyk

Uršuľa Kovalyk (b. 1969) is a feminist writer, poet, playwright and social worker, and artistic director of the Theatre With No Home, where she works with homeless and disabled...

Tina Kover

Tina Kover is the translator of more than a dozen works of fiction and nonfiction, including Alexandre Dumas’s Georges, Benoît Peeters’s Hergé: Son of Tintin, and...

Siegfried Kracauer

Siegfried Kracauer (1889–1966) was the author of The Mass Ornament, From Caligari to Hitler, Theory of Film and many other seminal works on modernity. From 1921 to 1933 he worked as...

Phu Kradat

Phu Kradat is the nom de plume of Thanat Thammakaew, born 1977 and raised in northeastern Thailand. He received a degree in agriculture from the Ubon Ratchathani University’s Department of...

Marek Krajewski

Polish writer Marek Krajewski is the author of a hugely successful quartet of crime novels centered on the city of Breslau, beginning with Death in Breslau. Krajewski is also a Classics...

Hanna Krall

Hanna Krall is the most renowned living nonfiction writer in Poland. Born in Warsaw in 1935, Krall obtained a journalism degree from the University of Warsaw. She debuted as a reporter in the mid...

Andrei Krasniashikh

Andrei Petrovitch Krasniashikh, born in 1970 in Poltava, Ukraine, has a PhD in philology and is an associate professor of the history of international literature and classics at Kharkov National...

László Krasznahorkai

Photograph: Lenke Szilágyi. László Krasznahorkai was born in 1954 in Gyula, Hungary. He has studied in the law and philosophy faculties in Szeged and Budapest. He is the...

Jiří Kratochvil

Milan Kundera has referred to the prose fiction of Jiří Kratochvil (b. 1940) as “the greatest event in Czech literature since 1989.” Although he published a few stories,...

Gerdur Kristný

Gerdur Kristný was born on June 10, 1970, and brought up in Reykjavík. She graduated in French and comparative literature from the University of Iceland in 1992. Her BA...

Miroslav Krleza

Miroslav Krleza (1893-1981) is considered one of the most important Central European authors of the twentieth century. In his career he was a poet, playwright, screenwriter, novelist, essaying,...

Leena Krohn

Leena Krohn was born in 1947 in Helsinki. She studied philosophy, psychology, and literature at Helsinki University. She lives in Pernaja, Southern Finland. She has written nearly thirty books,...

Grigori Kruzhkov

Grigori Kruzhkov is a poet and translator born in 1945. He graduated from the physics department of Tomsk University and attended graduate school, specializing in the physics of high energies....

Ryszard Krynicki

Ryszard Krynicki, one of the most prominent poets of postwar Poland, was born in 1943 in Sankt Valentin, Austria, where his parents had been deported to a Nazi labor camp. In Poland in the 1960s...

Anant Kumar

Anant Kumar, a writer in the German language, was born in Bihar (India). He is the author of twelve books of poetry and prose in German, the most recent of which is The Moon and Its Boredom.

Dilip Kumar

Dilip Kumar, whose mother tongue is Gujarathi, is a well-known short story writer and editor in Tamil with several awards to his credit. He has published three short-story collections and a...

Mojca Kumerdej

Mojca Kumerdej (b. 1964) holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Ljubljana and is an arts critic for major daily newspapers, reviewing art, literature, theater, and, especially,...

Günter Kunert

Günter Kunert, one of the best and most versatile German-language writers today, has received numerous prizes for his poetry and prose. Born in Berlin in 1929, he was "encouraged"...

Li Kunwu

Li Kunwu has had over thirty comics works published as a State Artist in China.

Eka Kurniawan

Eka Kurniawan is an Indonesian writer. He was born in Tasikmalaya, West Java, November 28, 1975. He studied philosophy at Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta. He works as a journalist, writer and...

Natsuko Kuroda

Natsuko Kuroda was born in Tokyo in 1937, and graduated from the Japanese department at Waseda University’s School of Education. After working as a teacher, an administrator, and a copy...

Gabriella Kuruvilla

Gabriella Kuruvilla is a writer, journalist, and painter born in Milan in 1969 to an Indian father and Italian mother. She has published the novels Media chiara e noccioline (as Viola Chandra,...

Juliet Kushaba

Juliet Kushaba was born in Bushenyi District in western Uganda. She holds a BA in education from Makerere University, Uganda, and is pursuing an MA in women's and gender studies...

Dmitry Kuzmin

Dmitry Kuzmin (b.1968) graduated from Moscow State Pedagogical University. In 1989 he founded the Vavilon Union of Young Poets, an organizational hub for Moscow’s experimental poetry scene....

Sergey Kuznetsov

Sergey Kuznetsov was born in Moscow in 1966. In the late ’90s he became a leading Russian film and pop-culture critic, and achieved prominence as one of the pioneers of the...

Cho Pyŏng Kwŏn

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Koffi Kwahulé

Koffi Kwahulé was born in Abengourou, Côte d'Ivoire. He was educated at the national Institute of arts of Abidjan, then at the École Nationale Supérieure of arts...

Wojtek Kwiecień-Janikowski

Wojtek Kwiecień-Janikowski (design) holds an MA degree in graphic design from the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków, where he taught for many years. Since graduation, his career has...

Eunjung Kwon-Lee

Eunjung Kwon-Lee is a freelance translator living in Seoul, South Korea. She currently translates the online newspaper Across the Border, by Rainbow Doe, and works for ILDA, Korean Feminist...

Willy Kyrklund

Willy Kyrklund (born 1921 in Finland) has been called a "prime number" for his unique contributions to Swedish literature. With a background in mathematics and computer programming,...

Jung Mi Kyung

Jung Mi-kyung is one of the most distinguished writers of modern Korean literature. She attended Ewha Womans University, and was the recipient of the prestigious Yi Sang Literary Award in 2006....

Jo Kyung Ran

Jo Kyung-Ran was born in Seoul, South Korea, in 1969. She earned a degree in creative writing from the Seoul Institute of the Arts and has participated in the University of Iowa's renowned...

Kyung-sook Shin

Kyung-sook Shin, the author of seventeen works of fiction, is one of South Korea’s most widely read and acclaimed novelists. Her best seller Please Look After Mom has been translated into...
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