Kenn Allan


"There is no greater reward than having one's work enjoyed by others; indeed, it is the reader who validate the writer's very existence. I am certain without their continued enthusiasm and support, the writer known as Kenn Allan would cease to exist." (Kenn Allan)

More of a storyteller than a poet, Kenn Allan’s “Poems for Non-Poetry Lovers” have appeared in many print and electronic publications and continue to gain popularity among readers who generally avoid reading poetry of any kind. Known for his reclusive lifestyle, he rarely grants appearances or interviews, insisting, “There is nothing about me which cannot be easily deduced from my writings.” Kenn currently resides in the Pacific Northwest with his wife, daughter, three grandchildren, and an undisclosed number of cats.

Where to find Kenn Allan online


The Gospel: From the Beginning...
Price: Free! Words: 2,580. Language: English. Published: November 7, 2012 . Categories: Nonfiction » Children's Books » Religion / Bible Stories / New Testament, Fiction » Children’s books » Religious / Christian / General
(5.00 from 1 review)
Award-winning author Kenn Allan takes young readers on a poetic journey through the Bible and introduces them to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Originally written as text for an online coloring book, this edition includes the original pictures used on Kenn's popular website.
A Few Short Stories
Price: $1.95 USD. Words: 29,670. Language: English. Published: September 7, 2010 . Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Religion, Fiction » Christian » Short stories
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
Breaking with his usual offerings of popular verse, Kenn Allan has gathered some of his best shorter stories for your enjoyment. Some will make you laugh; some will make you cry―but all promise to make you think. Join Kenn as he looks at the world from a uniquely-Christian point-of-view.

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