James Kaplan, essays, reviews, stories, and profiles in the New Yorker, New York Times Magazine, Vanity Fair, Esquire, Entertainment Weekly, and New York; novels and nonfiction books include Pearl's Progress, The Airport, Two Guys From Verona (New York Times Notable Book), and You Cannot Be Serious (New York Times bestseller).
Anthony Kaufman, MA, NYU; has written for the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, and Village Voice; regular contributor to IndieWIRE, Filmmaker Magazine, Variety, and Utne magazine; editor of Steven Soderbergh: Interviews; teaches film studies at the University of Southern Maine.
Nancy Kelton, BA, NYU; author of Writing from Personal Experience, Dating Is About Finding Someone So You Never Have to Date Again, Rebel Slave, and The Sled the Brothers Made; articles, essays, and humor in New York Times, Newsday, Parents, New Woman, McCall's, Redbook, Writer's Digest, and Working Mother.
Tamara Kirson, MEd, St. Thomas University (Houston); has published and presented internationally; has taught in Houston, in Paris, and at City College in Manhattan; received NY Times ESOL Teacher of the Year Award; chair, NYSTESOL Adult Education.
Ichiro Kishimoto, MA in Linguistics, CUNY; BE, Waseda U. (Japan); theater director; actor in Zeitgeist 99; freelance writer; teaches Japanese at NYU's School of Continuing and Professional Studies.
Noelle Kocot-Tomblin, MFA, U. of Florida; has received awards from the Acad. of American Poets, Fund for Poetry, American Poetry Review, and Natl. Endowment for the Arts; author of four books of poetry, including Poem for the End of Time and Other Poems and Sunny Wednesday.
Farideh Koohi-Kamali, DPhil, Faculty of Social Sciences, Oxford U.; author of Economic and Social Bases of Kurdish Nationalism in Iran and "Mrs. Ahmadi's Husband" in Stories by Iranian Women Since the Revolution; editorial director, academic, Palgrave Macmillan.
Nancy Koprak, LCAT, BC-DMT; NYU graduate with 26 years of clinical practice; maintains a full-time practice in adult psychiatry; creator of a multimedia project utilizing mask-making and choreography; regularly presents at ADTA conferences and dance therapy retreats.
Beatrice Kraemer, Doctor of Human Biology, U. of Ulm, (Germany); NYS-licensed psychologist; director of Career Services and part-time faculty member, The New School for Social Research; more than 10 years' international experience in coaching career seekers in the corporate and academic sectors.
Karen Kramer, BFA, NYU; award-winning filmmaker of The Jolo Serpent Handlers, Legacy of the Spirits, Haitian Song, and The Ballad of Greenwich Village; has filmed cultures and rituals around the world.
Sheldon Krimsky, PhD, Boston U.; professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning, Tufts U. School of Medicine; author of Environmental Hazards; Hormonal Chaos, Agricultural Biotechnology and Environment, and Science in the Private Interest; named American Assn. for the Advancement of Science Fellow for "seminal scholarship exploring normative dimensions and moral implications of science in its social context."
Ida Kummer, PhD, U. of Paris IV-Sorbonne; teaches French language and French and Francophone literature and culture at the UN Intl. School and in Paris for several Study Abroad programs; author of scholarly articles about the treatment of immigration and gender in contemporary French literature and film.