When interviewed in 2000, Mark Tyler Kreft was a 20-year-old Louisville graphic designer who claimed to be a “frickin’ kick ass dude,” but he didn’t want you to think he was a “potty mouth.”
Libby is the child of a military father, so her youth was spent moving around a lot, including a stint of elementary school in Bonn, Germany. She still speaks German for fun with her Arkansas-native parents when they get together for lunch in Louisville.
When interviewed for K Composite in October 1999, Katherine Bilby was a student at St. Francis High […]
While working at The Gap in 1999, Kley Welsh stopped by the K Composite office in downtown Louisville to be subjected to the third degree.
Several of Maiza’s past roommates have complained of her using their dishes as containers for mixing paint and not cleaning the ones she uses for food.
Jason Noble is the kind of person whose accomplishments are so vast and varied that their description is as ornery a literary task as could be mustered. He was interviewed for K Composite in 1996.
In the fall of 1991, Kim Sampson was interviewed by Scott Ritcher for the first issue of K Composite Magazine.