Launched as a fanzine, then a full-color magazine – and at one time a Top 100 app in Apple’s Newsstand – K Composite is an American magazine featuring interviews with regular people. It began in the ’90s with the editor simply interviewing his friends.
K Composite quickly gained a following through features in Rolling Stone, Harper’s, Chicago Tribune and NPR.
The magazine has expanded to include contributions from people who photograph and interview their own friends.
• If you want to be interviewed in the magazine, send us a photo of yourself and tell us who you are.
• If you have a friend you’d like to interview, send us their picture and tell us about them.
• If you’re a photographer who would like to take pictures of people, send us your favorite portraits and we can connect you with the people we need pictures of.
Contributions to K Composite are on a volunteer basis. Even though you won’t be paid, your face, ideas, and/or photography can be exposed to our readers worldwide. All contributed work will be credited.
To submit your ideas or yourself, use the form at this link. Thanks!