Ken Champion is a writer, novelist, poet and reviewer whose work has appeared in literary journals in the US and extensively in magazines and anthologies in the UK.

A volume of short stories, Urban Narratives (2013), four novels, Keefie (2015), Noir (2016), Thrust (2017) and The Politicos (2019), two novellas, The Dramaturgical Metaphor (2014), The Beat Years (2015), and a collection of poetry, Cameo Metro (2014) have been published by PPP.

A pamphlet, African Time (2002), chapbook, Cameo Poly (2004) and a first collection, But Black and White Is Better (2008, reprinted 2010) are published by Tall-Lighthouse. Of Course, The Yellow Cab: New and Selected Poems (2019) is published by The High Window Press. He is a South Magazine Profiled Poet and Featured Writer for Poetry Kit and the literary magazine, MQB.

His books are available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble and several e-book outlets, and a selection of his poems and fiction can be found at The Poetry Library and at:

All poems, stories, other original text and images are subject to copyright.