runs a writing group at the Princeton Public Library, and writes to his heart's content during his "spare time". The best of these moments are nearly always by moonlight. The worst of them are also by moonlight.
Keith lives with his wife, Corina, in Lawrenceville, NJ.
As Keith's passion for writing became more serious, he decided upon the pen name of K. Edwin. Initially this was an attempt to sound more literary. Today, however, he feels a certain connection to his above-mentioned idol, but more importantly to his grandfather, Edwin Fritz, whom he never met and he credits for his creative genes.
Keith Edwin Fritz entered this world on Halloween. The year, 1974, was the same as when Stephen Edwin King published his first novel. Keith prefers to think neither the date nor their middle names were a coincidence.
As a child, Keith recalls reading scores of Hardy Boys books and every Ranger Rick & Boys' Life Magazine cover to cover, but it was not until his high school years that he truly discovered the infinite wonders of the written word. By the time he began attending East Stroudsburg University to earn the first of his two degrees in Education, he was writing his own poems and stories and consuming novels at a voracious rate.