Ken Champion is a writer, novelist and poet 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), three novels, The Dramaturgical Metaphor (2014), Keefie (2015), Noir (2016), a novella, The Beat Years (2015) and a collection of poetry, Cameo Metro (2014) have been published by Penniless Press Publications.
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. He is a South Magazine Profiled Poet and a reviewer.
A selection of his poems and fiction can be found at The Poetry Library and at www.kenchampion.org.uk.
Ken lectures in sociology and has worked as a sign writer, commercial artist and mural painter. He lives in London.