Amelia Kahaney lives in Brooklyn. Her short stories have appeared in such journals as One Story and Crazyhorse, and the anthology Best American Nonrequired Reading 2009 (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt). She has ghostwritten three young adult novels and taught creative writing and other classes at Brooklyn College and Parsons the New School for Design. Her story “Fire Season” was recently optioned for film. Last updated summer, 2011.
Fred Kelly was a comic artist best known for creating the original Mr. Monster, in 1946, for Bell Features, during the Canadian Whites era. He died in 2005.
Richard Kelly Kemick is a National Magazine Award–winning writer living in Calgary. His debut poetry collection, Caribou Run, was named one of CBC’s fifteen must-read poetry collections. Last updated summer, 2017.
Bill Kennedy lives in Scarborough. He is a writer, Web designer, co-host of the Lexiconjury reading series, and director of the Scream in High Park poetry festival. Last updated Christmas, 2002.
Greg Kennedy lives in the Palmerston area. Last updated Christmas, 1997.
Susan Kernohan writes stories and poetry in Christie-Ossington and works at a library near Mel Lastman Square. Her poetry has appeared in Grain, Contemporary Verse 2, SubTerrain, the New Quarterly, and the Antigonish Review. Last updated Halloween, 2008.
Deirdre Kessler lives in Charlottetown and is the provincial poet laureate. She is the author of two dozen children’s novels and picture books, poetry and memoir. Last updated summer, 2017.
Jason Kieffer has published two full-length books, Zanta: The Living Legend and The Rabble of Downtown Toronto. His most recent comic is Drawing Thinking of You Dancing, based on choreography by the dance artist Mairi Greig. Last updated winter, 2015–2016.
Sabina Kim lives in a leaning house on the border of High Park and the Junction. She is a writer and editor doing graduate work at York University, concentrating on poetry and the empty subject. Her work has appeared in Grain and Absinthe. Last updated Christmas, 2004.
Lauren Kirshner lives in Dufferin Grove. She recently was named Toronto’s best emerging author by Now. Her debut novel, Where We Have to Go (M. & S., 2009) was short-listed for the 2010 Toronto Book Award, has been translated into German and Dutch, and soon will be published in the U.S. Recently, she was appointed the writer-in-residence for the County of Brant Public Library, and is at work on her second novel. Last updated, Christmas, 2011.
Luba Krekhovetsky lives in Toronto. Last updated summer, 2006.
Sholem Krishtalka lives in Beaconsfield. He is a writer and a painter who made his New York debut with a solo show at Jack the Pelican Presents in spring, 2009, and recently launched a specially commissioned folio of prints with ARTinvestor magazine, based in Munich, Germany. Last updated Christmas, 2009.
Liisa Ladouceur is a poet, arts reporter, and real live goth living in Parkdale who likes arcane words and dead things. Her dream date is Jack Skellington. Last updated Halloween, 2008.
Brett Lamb lives in Leslieville. He is a freelance cartoonist and graphic designer for film and television. He contributes regularly to the Annex Gleaner and Torontoist, and his cartoons have appeared on How I Met Your Mother and Tosh.0. Last updated summer, 2011.
Dave Lapp’s most recent book is People Around Here, a collection of his strips from Taddle Creek and elsewhere. He has contributed to the magazine since 2001. Last updated winter, 2017–2018.
Allison LaSorda has recently published work in the Fiddlehead and Shenandoah, and on Hazlitt. Her debut collection, Stray, was published in 2017. Last updated, winter, 2017–2018.
JonArno Lawson is the author of several books, including Down in the Bottom of the Bottom of the Box, Enjoy It While It Hurts, and, most recently, Sidewalk Flowers (with the illustrator Sydney Smith). Last updated summer, 2015.
David Lee lives in the Harbourfront area. He is a big nerd who loves video games, computers, and gadgets. When not geeking-out, he can usually be found eating French food or reading Haruki Murakami. Last updated summer, 2008.
Dennis Lee lives in Toronto. His next children’s book will be Melvis and Elvis. Last updated summer, 2014.
Alexandra Leggat’s short story collection Animal was short-listed for the Trillium Book Award. She has contributed to the magazine since 2000. Last updated winter, 2012–2013.
Joshua Levy has published work in the Malahat Review, Maisonneuve, the Puritan, and the Feathertale Review. He was CBC's 2018 writer-in-residence, and a winner of the CBC Nonfiction Prize and th Carte Blanche/CNFC Creative Nonfiction Prize. His debut poetry collection, The Loudest Thing, was published in 2019. Last updated winter, 2019–2020.
Joanna Lilley lives in Whitehorse. She is the author of the poetry collections If There Were Roads and The Fleece Era, and The Birthday Books, a book of stories. Last updated summer, 2017.
G. J. Lindeblom is a Seaton Village resident and a photographer with New York City gallery credits. He has recently completed his first novel, for which he is seeking a publisher. Last updated Christmas, 1999.
James Lindsay is the author of the poetry collection Our Inland Sea. He writes regularly for Open Book, where he interviews poets about their work, and is the co-owner of Pleasence Records. Last updated summer, 2018.
Jackie Linton recently left Toronto to complete the master of science in publishing program at New York University. She is a recent graduate from the University of Toronto, where she edited the Hart House Review. Currently, she publishes the independent arts and culture quarterly Bad Day. Last updated summer, 2011.
Billie Livingston won the Danuta Gleed Literary Award for her short story collection, Greedy Little Eyes. Her latest novel, One Good Hustle, was long-listed for the 2012 Giller Prize. Last updated Winter, 2013–2014.
Benjamin Lof lives in Edmonton and Toronto. He has been published in The Journey Prize Stories, won the Howard O’Hagan Award, and was a finalist for both the Bronwen Wallace Award and the Western Magazine Awards. Last updated winter, 2013–2014.
Andrew Loung lives in the Annex. His work has appeared in the Hart House Review, the U.C. Review, and Ça Met Égal. Last updated summer, 2002.
Jennifer LoveGrove recently published her first novel, Watch How We Walk, which was long-listed for the Giller Prize. Her other books include I Should Never Have Fired the Sentinel and The Dagger Between Her Teeth. Her first published short story appeared in the Christmas, 2001, issue of Taddle Creek. Her next collection of poetry, Beautiful Children with Pet Foxes, will be published in spring, 2017. She has contributed to the magazine since 2001. Last updated summer, 2016.
Mark Lyall lives in Seaton Village. He works as a graphic designer for a Toronto marketing and communications firm. Last updated summer, 2008.