Ken Champion is an internationally published poet and writer whose work has appeared in many magazines and anthologies, including Rialto, Magma, Bellevue Literary Review, IodinePoetry Journal, African American Review, and others too numerous to list.

He has a pamphlet, African Time (2002), a chapbook, Cameo Poly (2004), a full collection, But Black & White Is Better (2008, reprinted 2010) published by Tall Lighthouse, and a second collection, Cameo Metro (2013) published by Penniless Press Publications. His fiction has appeared in literary journals in the USA and extensively in the UK, and a volume of short fiction, Urban Narratives (2013) has also been published by Penniless Press. He is a South Magazine Profiled Poet, reads in London and elsewhere, is a reviewer for Write Out Loud, and hosts More Poetry at The Coffee Shop in London’s Spitalfieds.

A selection of his poems can be found at The Poetry Library and poetry p f.

Born in east London, Ken lectures in sociology and has worked as a decorator, sign writer, mural painter and commercial artist. He lives in London and has three sons.