Ken Stark

Ken Stark

Ken was born in the Canadian prairies, but has called Vancouver home for most of his life. He was raised on a steady diet of science fiction and disaster movies, so it seems right that his first published novel be about the zombie apocalypse. In his spare time, Ken tries to paint like Bob Ross and play poker like Doyle Brunson, but results suggest that he might have got it all backwards.

Lenka's List had the pleasure to publish this interview on: July 13th, 2017
I wish I could come up with a specific moment, but I don't remember a time when I wasn't making up stories in my head or jotting them down on paper. The 60s were a golden age of weirdness, what with guys like Serling, Kubrick and Hitchcock running the show. Throw in a nightly dose of mayhem from Vietnam, a bit of good old-fashioned societal upheaval and little gem called Mutual Assured Destruction, and somewhere out of that mix, an overactive imagination was born.
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