A native of Boston, Massachusetts, Kenneth Ryan�s short fiction has appeared in Thieves Jargon, University of Maine�s The Binnacle, Thirteen Magazine, The Rose and Thorn, Poor Mojo�s Almanac, Edifice WRECKED, and Pindeldyboz, among others. In 2005 he was short-listed for both The Binnacle�s Ultra-Short Contest and Bukowski�s annual Pint and Pen Competition. His story, �In Dena� will appear in the upcoming Thieves Jargon print anthology.

A veteran of the US armed forces, Kenneth has been working in high technology in the Greater Boston area since 1990 with companies such as State Street Global Advisors and IBM. His first novel, Hiders, was completed in January of 2006. He is currently hard at work on his second novel, a paranormal love story, as well as compiling a collection of short stories. Kenneth currently lives and writes in Winthrop, Massachusetts with Nadine Darling, the greatest writer on the planet.