Kingsley is the Quikscript font of choice for long-form texts. I use it in my adapted versions of Lovecraft and Thoreau. Like all the Quikscript fonts I use, it uses code points in the Private Use Area.
Kingsley has had a number of authors and contributors over the years:
- Terry “tinyallen” Smithwick
- Stephen Bartok
- Oliver Langan moved the letters to the Private Use Area.
Kingsley is a freeware font (as ambiguous as that term can be). This page exists to ensure its continued popularity.
- Kingsley doesn’t have normal parentheses; it uses angled parentheses in place of normal parentheses.
- I don't know where the numbers and punctuation came from.