Occasionally Asked Questions

How can I contact someone I saw interviewed in K Composite?

As a service to our readers, we are happy to offer mail forwarding. Although it may take a very long time for mail to be forwarded, anyone you see interviewed in K Composite can be reached by writing to the following address.

Correspondence will be forwarded unopened. We do not provide readers with direct contact information.

Attn: (Interviewee’s Name)
K Composite Magazine
PO Box 43551
Louisville KY 40253

 

Can I read more about someone I saw on the K Composite website?

Yes. Many (but not all) interviews are split into two parts. One is posted on our website and the other is printed in the paper magazine or the iPad edition. Some of the questions and photos may be different. The first 12 issues have been compiled into two books (Issues 1 to 5 and Issues 6 to 12) click here tab to have them delivered to your home.

 

Can I be in K Composite?

Maybe. Click here to get your chance at the third degree.

 

How do you pick the people you interview?

Unlike most magazines, our interviewees are not pushing new movies, books, records or causes. They are not celebrities. They are just people who are being asked questions about their own life. The vast majority of the people you see in K Composite are people we already know.

Sometimes we branch out and involve other regular people. If you’d like to be interviewed, just click here to get your chance.

 

How are the interviews conducted?

Most interviews are done the old fashioned way, in person with a tape recorder, then transcribed later into text. Occasionally, a subject may be interviewed via email or FaceTime if locations do not permit a face-to-face conversation. Most interviews are edited for clarity.

 

How did K Composite get started? How long has it been around? How many people read it?

K Composite started in 1991 as a Xeroxed fanzine. Our website gets lots of friendly visitors every day and we have printed tens of thousands of paper magazines over the years. Click on the About link to read a brief history.