Eugenia Kim is the author of The Kinship of Secrets and The Calligrapher’s Daughter, which won the Borders Original Voices Award, was shortlisted for the Dayton Literary Peace Prize, and was a Washington Post Critic’s Pick. She teaches at Fairfield University’s low-residency MFA Creative Writing Program.
Randall Klein is a writer and book editor. He lived in Brooklyn, New York for many years and is now based in Virginia. Little Disasters is his first novel.
Michael Knight is the author of the novels At Briarwood School for Girls, The Typist, and Divining Rod, the short story collections Eveningland, Goodnight, Nobody and Dogfight and Other Stories, and the book of novellas The Holiday Season. Knight teaches creative writing at the University of Tennessee and lives in Knoxville with his family.
Linda Kobert is a local writer and educator. She currently serves as editor of the UVA medical humanities journal Hospital Drive. Her poetry and prose have appeared in The American Journal of Nursing, Lunch Ticket, Pulse, and elsewhere. She teaches writing classes at local public libraries.
Amanda Korman is a writer whose short fiction has appeared in the Virginia Quarterly Review. She lives in Charlottesville, where she is the communications and outreach coordinator for The Women’s Initiative and an instructor at WriterHouse.