Lee Kofman

2018-11-28T17:28:22+00:00

Dr Lee Kofman is a Russian-born, Israeli-Australian novelist, short story writer, essayist, memoirist and former academic based in Melbourne. She is the author of three fiction books (published in Israel in Hebrew) and the memoir The Dangerous Bride (Melbourne University Press 2014). Lee is also the co-editor of Rebellious Daughters (Ventura Press, 2016), [...]

Chris Karkanis

2018-11-28T12:06:43+00:00

Chris Karkanis is a Chartered Accountant with a Bachelors in Commerce and a Masters in Finance. He launched Juku Tutoring in 2011. Created with the purpose of helping students and building a passion for study, Juku Tutoring now employs over one hundred enthusiastic and knowledgeable tutors who help students achieve their full potential [...]

Leo Kennedy

2018-10-08T15:29:12+00:00

Leo Kennedy is the great grandson of Sergeant Michael Kennedy and was raised in the shadow of his great grandfather’s murder. Leo is a member of the Blue Ribbon Foundation, which supports police families and honours the memory of police killed in the line of duty. He lives with his family in Melbourne, [...]

Makoto Koji

2017-12-23T22:23:18+00:00

Makoto Koji is a Japanese illustrator and animator, born in Hiroshima in the Year of the Rabbit and raised in the wilderness of rural Queensland. Her work draws from a unique upbringing of both Eastern and Western sensibilities and she finds inspiration in fairytales, animals and all things sweet. Makoto has a Bachelor of [...]

Paula Keogh

2018-05-11T14:14:51+00:00

Before becoming a Melbourne writer and teacher, Paula Keogh lived in various country towns and cities, and worked in many fields of endeavour. She served customers at a winery and a restaurant, picked fruit, worked as a gardener, and taught vocational English in an aged care facility. She also travelled widely through Asia, [...]

Bob Kealing

2017-02-08T13:46:24+00:00

Bob Kealing is a four-time Emmy Award–winning journalist based in Orlando with WESH-TV. He has appeared on national television programs such as Dateline NBC and CBS This Morning and has been a guest commentator on CNN, MSNBC, NBC, and C-SPAN. He is the author of three books, and his articles have appeared in magazines and [...]

Sarah Kanake

2017-02-08T13:47:12+00:00

Sarah Kanake is a lecturer in creative writing at the University of the Sunshine Coast. She has a PhD in creative writing from QUT on the representation of Down syndrome in Australian and Gothic literature. She was recently shortlisted for the Overland Short Story Prize and won the QUT Postgraduate Writing Award in 2013. [...]