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* See also Multiple-author Resource Guides and the Bibliographies and lists section, if your favorite author doesn't have a home page listed here.
The Real Janet Kagan Home Page (inetcentral.com)
"If you're looking for the Janet Kagan who wrote Hellspark, Mirabile, and Uhura's Song (#21 of the "Classic" Star Trek novels), you've found her. If you're looking for the Janet Megson you went to school with, you've found her, too. (If you're looking for the Janet Kagan who works in tv---of late, most notably, on Seinfeld---you have not found her. I often wonder if she gets as many queries about writing Star Trek novels as I got about writing for Seinfeld.) If you're looking for the Janet Kagan who got a Hugo for Best Novelette of '93 (for "The Nutcracker Coup"), you've found her." (Janet Kagan)
James Patrick Kelly (jimkelly.net) [Updated 27-Sep-2001]
"I have a new home page with some of my fiction and essays on writing sf and various issues and personalities in the field." (James Patrick Kelly)
Patricia Kennealy Morrison (lizardqueen.com)
Creatrix of the Keltiad series and other books.
Katharine Kerr Home Page (sff.net)
"If you are a teacher, please do not assign your students to write to an author and ask her or him a ream's worth of questions. Every author I know gets these letters, and they put us in an awful position. We don't want to be rude to the student, who's writing in good faith, but we don't have time to do their homework for them, either... If you're a student, I've put up a page with additional information about me, my life, why I write, and so on. Please do your research for those assignments there and on the home pages, and not in e-mail. You'll get to read the new Deverry much sooner that way... And of course, if you're simply a curious reader, then you're welcome to read these FAQ sheets too." (Katharine Kerr)
Katharine Kerr: Deverry Home Page (ttu.edu)
(Jake Kesinger)
Caitlin R. Kiernan: Pandora Station (negia.net)
"The (Former) Official Website for Poppy Z. Brite, Caitlin R. Kiernan, and Christa Faust. This website is intended for adults, and contains violent and sexually explicit material. If you're easily offended, just leave now." (J.M. Caudle) [Updated 01-Oct-2001] [Updated Oct 2001]
Crawford Kilian's Home Page (capcollege.bc.ca)
(Crawford Kilian)
Katharine Eliska Kimbriel (ke-kimbriel.com) [Updated 04-Oct-2001]
"Biography and bibliography of Katharine Eliska Kimbriel, author of Night Calls, Kindred Rites, and the Nuala Chronicles. Includes chapter samples, reviews, and future appearances." (Katharine Eliska Kimbriel) [Updated Oct 2001]
Gerard Klein (emse.fr)
"... an important french author (many reissues, translations in dozen of foreign languages, including english. Some of the books of G. Klein have been translated by J. Brunner - and reciprocally)." (Jean-Jacques Girardot)
Richard Knaak's homepage (sff.net)
(Richard Knaak)
The Bad Place: An Unofficial Dean Koontz Page (geocities.com)
Michael P. Kube-McDowell (sff.net)
"In case I need to introduce myself, I'm the author of eight novels for Berkley/Ace. including the Hugo nominee The Quiet Pools, and I'm currently writing a Star Wars trilogy for Bantam. More details on my Web page. (grin)" (Michael P. Kube-McDowell)

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