In this podcast Chris Kelso talks about writing from the wound, turning thirty, confusing the art with the artist, and much more.
About Chris Kelso
Chris Kelso is an award-winning genre writer, editor, and illustrator from Scotland. His short stories and articles have appeared in magazines and journals across the UK, US, and Canada, including SF Signal, Lovecraft ezine, Daily Science Fiction, Dark Discoveries, Evergreen Review, Sensitive Skin, Verbicide and many more. His work has been translated into French and he is the two-time winner of the Ginger Nuts of Horror Novel of the Year 2016 (for Unger House Radicals and Shrapnel Apartments). The Black Dog Eats the City made Weird Fiction Reviews Best of 2014 list.
- [05:40] Interview start/Happy 30th Birthday Chris Kelso
- [13:50] Do you want to write full-time?
- [31:15] Writing from the wound/dark places
- [37:30] Confusing the art with the artist
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