Kel Fulgham was born and raised in New York, but even as a small boy, he loved to set pen to paper or whatever else he could write on. Raised as an only child, his only steady companions were the multitude of books he could get his hands on. Starting from authors like Richard Adams and Madeleine L’Engle and moving towards James Blish, Carl Sagan, and Stephen King, his voracious appetite for the written word could not be satiated. He would devour hundreds of books in his 20s, and then he picked up writing in his 30s. Kel Fulgham has written poetry that has touched the heart, songs that have both angered and soothed the soul, and books that have scared the crap out of many. Now residing in Maine, he has found a peaceful venue to write and has done so.