Melissa Katsoulis is a journalist and writer. She has written for The Times, where she also worked on the books desk, the Sunday Telegraph, Financial Times, The Tablet and the Ham and High. She lives in London.
Lorraine Kelly is a television presenter and journalist best known for her work at the ITV daytime station GMTV, which she helped launch in 1993 and for which she currently presents her own magazine show, LK Today. She writes weekly columns for The Sun and Scotland's Sunday Post, and is an agony aunt for Best magazine. She lives in Dundee with her husband and daughter.
Quentin Kenihan was born with Osteogenesis imperfecta, which meant his bones broke all the time among other things. At seven, he became famous because of the Mike Willesee documentary QUENTIN. Australians fell in love with Quentin for his wit and unique take on life and over the years he drifted in and out of public view for reasons this book will reveal.Quentin is a disability activist, filmmaker, stand-up comedian, radio host, actor and film critic. Quentin's stage show 'Quentin: I'm 40 ... Now What' sold out at the Adelaide Festival and there are plans to bring it to the eastern states. He appeared in the latest Mad Max film FURY ROAD and is currently the film reviewer for ABC 891 Adelaide radio breakfast program.Quentin lives in Adelaide.
Katrina Kenison is the author of Mitten Strings for God: Reflections for Mothers in a Hurry (Warner Books, 2000). She has appeared on Oprah and other shows and her writing has appeared in O, Real Simple, Family Circle, Redbook, Better Homes and Gardens, Health and others.
Edward M. Kennedy
Edward M. Kennedy has represented Massachusetts in the U.S. Senate for 47 years. In 2004, he began interviews at the Miller Center of the University of Virginia for an oral history project about his life. Since then, he has worked closely on this book with Pulitzer Prize winner Ron Powers, co-author of the bestseller Flags of Our Fathers and author of Mark Twain: A Life, a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award.
A journalist for more than fifteen years and long-term sports presenter on ABC News Breakfast, Paul Kennedy's books include Storm Cloud - Melbourne Storm's Demise and Resurrection and Hell on the Way to Heaven, co-authored with Chrissie Foster. He has also written and directed a film, Drug Game, which was a 2008 Melbourne International Film Festival finalist. He lives in Melbourne. Follow him @paulwkennedy
Mr Khan is a larger than life character with strong opinions and big dreams, which usually lead to even bigger problems. Originally from Pakistan, Khan is very proud of being British. His most prized possessions are his yellow Mercedes, and his Italian/Chinese designed checked suit (both purchased in 1981).
Anthony Kiedis is the lead singer with the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Robyn Kienzle is Bert Kienzle's daughter-in-law. She is a teacher and she and her husband also run a trekking company which takes people along the Kokoda Track.Her husband works closely with the Australian War Memorial on the history of the Track and Papua New Guinea.
Joanne King Herring
Joanne Johnson King Herring Davis hosted The Joanne King Show on tv for 15 years. She served as honorary consul to both Pakistan and Morocco for 10 years, has been knighted by the King of Belgium and received the Quaid-e-Azam award, the highest honor given by the nation of Pakistan.
Martin Luther King
The editor, Clayborne Carson, Ph.D, is the author and editor of several books on the civil rights struggle in the United States. In 1985, Dr Carson was invited by the King family to direct the long-term project of editing and publishing the papers of Dr Martin Luther King Jr.
Melissa Kite is a freelance journalist and columnist for the Spectator and GQ. She has worked as the deputy political editor of the Sunday Telegraph and as a political correspondent for The Times, including a stint as their parliamentary sketch writer. She penned an anonymous satirical column for four years for The Spectator which chronicled the rise of David Cameron: 'Diary of a Notting Hill Nobody' by Tamzin Lightwater. She lives in London.
James Knight has worked in network television, independent documentaries and is a bestselling author. He has written twelve non-fiction books, with topics including cricket, travel, mountaineering, and human-interest biographies. He wrote THE DRAGON'S JOURNEY, an incredible story about Vietnamese boat person Duy Long Nguyen; THE MAN FROM COOLIBAH, the bestselling biography of outback legend Milton Jones; and most recently worked with Sally Faulkner on ALL FOR MY CHILDREN. James lives in Sydney.
Keith Knight is best known for his hilarious semi-autobiographical/self-syndicated comic strip The K Chronicles
William Knoedelseder has been a journalist with The Los Angeles Times, executive producer of Fox Entertainment News and of the Philadelphia Inquirer's television news program "Inquirer News Tonight," and vice president of news at USA Broadcasting. He is the author of Stiffed: A True Story of MCA, The Music Business, and the Mafia, and In Eddie's Name. Born in St. Louis, Missouri, he lives near Los Angeles.
For the past twelve years Annette Kobak has reviewed regularly for the New York Times Book Review and the Times Literary Supplement, and for five years has presented the BBC Radio 4 series The Art of Travel.
Natalie Kossar created the McCall's Pattern Behavior blog when her mother asked for help in finding an old sewing pattern online, and discovered a treasure trove of inspiration. She worked as a comedian in Chicago for several years, and is a creative writer for Hallmark. She just relocated to New Mexico.