Ep. 66 Ken Poyner | Small presses, life beyond writing, and carving your own path

Hi there,

Today it’s a pleasure to be arts calling Ken Poyner!

About our guest:
Ken’s four collections of brief fictions and four collections of speculative poetry can be found at most online booksellers.  He spent 33 years in information system management, is married to a world record holding female power lifter, and has a family of several cats and betta fish.  Individual works have appeared in “Café Irreal”, “Analog”, “Danse Macabre”, “The Cincinnati Review”, and several hundred other places.

For more information, please visit: www.kpoyner.com and www.barkingmoosepress.com

Thanks for taking the time, Ken! All the best!

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Go make a dent: much love,

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