Vera Kalm

Michael Kammen

Paul Hardin Kapp

Robert E. Kapsis

Renata Karlin

Donald M. Kartiganer

Yasuhiro Katagiri

Anthony Kaufman

John Webster Keefe

Hugh L. Keegan

Douglas Keesey

Darryl Kehrer

Leslie G. Kelen

N. Megan Kelley

Jo Kellum

R. Gordon Kelly

Michael Kelsay

John R. Kemp

Matthew Kennedy

Stetson Kennedy

Brittany Powell Kennedy

Holditch Kenneth

Peter Keough

Alice Hughes Kersnowski

Frank L. Kersnowski

John Kessel

Susan Ketchin

Abraham Iqbal Khan

Blair Kilpatrick

Sojin Kim

James J. Kimble

Dalton Shourds King

Anne R. King

P. Nicole King

Stephen A. King

Nicole King

Rev. Ed King

Stephen A. King

Keneth Kinnamon

Michael Kinsella

Tony Kinton

Amy Kirschke

Amy Helene Kirschke

Susan E. Kirtley

Amy V. Kitchener

Andrea Kitta

Bradley S. Klein

Hank Klibanoff

T. Jefferson Kline

Sally Kline

Thomas A. Klingler

Jerome Klinkowitz

Robert Klose

Stephen P. Knadler

Laurence F. Knapp

Wendy Knepper

Peter Knight

Angela J. Koestler, Ph.D.

Lee Kogan

Carol Crown, foreword by Lee Kogan

Ida Kohlmeyer

Eric Kohn

Lydia Kokkola

Carolyn Kolb

Philip C. Kolin

Carol A. Kolmerten

Lynda Koolish

Bill Koon

Jack Kotz

Victor A. Kramer

Michael Kreyling

Don Krug

Beth Krush

Gerhard Kubik

Missy Dehn Kubitschek

Martha B. Kuhlman

Andrea F. Kulas

Peter C. Kunze

David Kunzle

Jeff Kurtti

Donald Kuspit

Thomas E. Kynerd

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Mississippi’s Literary and Cultural Legacy: Part 3

 Tomorrow’s the big day! In preparation for the 2017 Mississippi Book Festival, we asked our authors to answer a few questions about our state’s literary and cultural legacy. This is the third of three blogs posts in which we share their responses. Click here for Part 1 and here for Part 2. Below, you’ll find our authors’ thoughts on the Mississippi Book Festival in light of our state’s

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