Ken’s stories have appeared in Esquire and dozens of other magazines and anthologies, been honorably mentioned in Best American Short Stories, and earned a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship. He has been a frequent contributor and a columnist for the San Diego Reader.
With Alan Russell, he has chronicled the madness of book tours in Road Kill and No Cats, No Chocolate.
His novels are Midheaven, The Loud Adios (Private Eye Writers of America Best First Mystery Novel, 1989), The Venus Deal, The Angel Gang, The Do-Re-Mi, (runner up for the Shamus Best Novel Award, 2007) The Vagabond Virgins, and The Biggest Liar in Los Angeles (San Diego Book Awards best mystery, 2010).
In Writing and the Spirit, he offers a wealth of advice to writers and everyone looking for inspiration.
Reading Brother Lawrence tells of real mysteries and a journey to the kindgom of heaven.
He resides on the web at www.kenkuhlken.net, and teaches creative writing at Perelandra College, www.perelandra.edu.