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), six novels, Keefie (2015), Noir (2016), Thrust (2017), The Politicos (2019), Future Tense (2020) and Then And Us (2022), 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.