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Ruth Kanagy

Ruthy Kanagy was born in Tokyo and grew up bilingual on both sides of the Pacific Ocean. After graduating from Christian Academy in Tokyo and finishing college and graduate school in the United States, Ruthy taught English and Japanese language and culture for many years in Japan and the United States. She also translated a Japanese children's book, The Park Bench. Ruthy calls Eugene, Oregon, home. Her travel photos are displayed at www.livingabroadinjapan.com.
Ruthy Kanagy

Ruthy Kanagy was born in Tokyo and grew up bilingual on both sides of the Pacific Ocean. After graduating from Christian Academy in Tokyo and finishing college and graduate school in the United States, Ruthy taught English and Japanese language and culture for many years in Japan and the United States. She also translated a Japanese children's book, The Park Bench. Ruthy calls Eugene, Oregon, home. Her travel photos are displayed at www.livingabroadinjapan.com.
Ikumi Katagiri

Ikumi Katagiri is an artist of primarily josei manga titles (targeted toward women) such as Are You Alice?, Arcana 10, and Zyklus Code.
Reki Kawahara

Reki Kawahara is an award winning author best known for his light novel series, Sword Art Online and Accel World.
Laurence Kelly

Laurence Kelly, a regular visitor to Moscow, is the son of a former British Ambassador to Russia and Ankara. Born in Brussels, Kelly was educated at New College, Oxford.
MiSun Kim

MiSun Kim is a Korean manhwa artist whose work includes comedy pirate series Aron's Absurd Armada.
Emily B. King

Emily B. King has been a Pittsburgher all her life. She graduated from the University of Pittburgh with a dual degree in English and Business, and moved to Squirrel Hill where she spent afternoons walking through nearby Frick Park and evenings sipping icy beers in Shadyside. Emily is an avid traveler and city girl, and her writing has been featured in The New York Times' Motherlode blog, XOJane, The Strip, LUX Magazineand Kidsburgh.org. She currently lives in the suburbs with her spouse.
Joshua Lawrence Kinser

Joshua Lawrence Kinser is a native Floridian from Pensacola who spends the better part of each year traveling the entire length of the state's Gulf Coast. After bouncing between jobs for more than a decade-traveling around the world as a writer, a wildlife biology research technician, and a professional drummer on cruise ships-he returned to Florida to write full-time.
Martin Kirby

Martin Kirby is the former deputy editor of the Eastern Daily Press and is a regular contributor to a number of newspapers in the United Kingdom.
JinHo Ko

JinHo Ko is the creator of the manhwa series Croquis Pop and Jack Frost (published by Yen Press). He was inspired to become a manhwa artist in primary school and has been drawing manhwa since approximately the age of 12.
Yuuki Kodama

Yuuki Kodama is a Japanese manga artist who creates comic series for young men, including Blood Lad.
Jennifer Kramer

A Baja California-based tour guide, travel planner, and writer, Jennifer Kramer has been immersed in Baja's culture, history, and natural wonders for over 30 years. From childhood excursions down the peninsula, to her work today as marketing director for her family's company, Discover Baja Travel Club, Jen has made it her life's mission to explore and share all that Baja California has to offer. In this book, her first comprehensive work on the region, Jen not only unlocks Baja's hidden gems, she offers a pragmatic guide for the traveler seeking an adventure off the beaten path.
Jason Kruse

Jason T Kruse is an animator and fill-in story artist and has worked on numerous animated films as well as comics. He is currently working on Nintendo adaptations of Pixar's next films. The World of Quest, animated by Jason is being made into a TV series.
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