Ken’s latest collection of short, wiry fiction, “Constant Animals”, can be obtained, digital or paperback, at www.amazon.com. He often serves as strange, bewildering eye-candy at his wife’s power lifting affairs, where she is one of the most celebrated female power lifters of all time. His poetry of late has been sunning in “Analog,” “Asimov’s,” “Poet Lore,” “The Kentucky Review,” and his fiction has yowled in “Spank the Carp,” “Red Truck,” “Café Irreal,” “Bellows American Review.” He is looking into publishing “The Book of Robot,” his poetry about machines developing sentience, along with a collection of earlier surreal work, “Victims of a Failed Civics.” His background is in systems engineering, and he at times serves as the token heretic at literary events. His personal web page, www.kpoyner.com, contains links to stray examples of his work, and pictures of the wife lifting. More to come.