Award Winning Author Ken Kuhlken Leads Friday Fiction Workshop

Author Ken Kuhlken


Ken Kuhlken writes about crime and other sorts of mysteries.
Ken writes about all kinds of love and about California, north, south and baja…about cars, curses, babies and about fame, fortune and failure.
He writes about the famous, the overlooked and the forgotten.
He even writes about God, joy and (sigh) money.

Ken Kuhlken will be doing double duty at this year’s OC Christian Writers Conference to be held on May 18-20 In Newport Beach, California. On Saturday, Mr. Kuhlken will share his inspiration and insights with conference attendees during his keynote speech entitled, Writing and the Spirit.  In addition to his keynote, Ken will be spending Friday leading a small group of 10 participants in an all-day, intensive workshop on fiction writing.

A prolific fiction writer, Ken’s stories have appeared in such well-known publications as Esquire Magazine and his work has garnered numerous awards.  Participants in the fiction writing workshop will receive hands on instruction on such techniques as constructing effective scenes, dialogue and use of narrative and voice.  Intermediate to advanced writers who have a novel in progress would best benefit from this workshop.

Here’s what other writers have said about Ken Kuhlken’s writing:

“Elegant, eloquent, and elegiac, Kuhlken’s novels sing an old melody, at the same time haunting and beautiful.” Don Winslow, author of The Winter of Frankie Machine

“Ken Kuhlken writes about characters most authors wouldn’t touch.” Raymond Carver, author of Fires

Space is limited to 10 writers, so be sure to register early.

Registration information for the Friday workshops and the OC Christian Writers conference can be found at

More information about Ken Kuhlken can be found at

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