Chris Kelso

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Chris Kelso (born 22 March 1988, Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, Scotland) is a Scottish writer, illustrator, editor and journalist. He has also been printed frequently in literary and university publications across the UK, US and Canada. He and Garrett Cook are the co-creator of 'The Imperial Youth Review'.[1]


  • Last Exit To Interzone (Black Dharma Press)
  • Schadenfreude (Dog Horn Publishing)[2]
  • A Message from the Slave State (Western Legends Books)[3][4]
  • Moosejaw Frontier (Bizarro Pulp Press)[5][6]
  • Transmatic (MorbidbookS)[7][8][9]
  • The Black Dog Eats The City (Omnium Gatherum)[10][11]
  • Terence, Mephisto and Viscera Eyes (Journalstone)[12]
  • The Dissolving Zinc Theatre (Villipede)[13]
  • Wire & Spittle (Omnium Gatherum)
  • Rattled by the Rush (Journalstone)

Anthologies edited[edit]

  • Caledonia Dreamin – Strange Fiction of Scottish Descent (by Chris Kelso and Hal Duncan)[14]
  • This is NOT an Anthology (Onieros Books)[15]
  • Slave Stories - Scenes of the Slave State (Omnium Gatherum)


  1. ^ "Imperial Youth Review". The Imperial Youth Review. Dog Horn Publishing. 
  2. ^ Tambour, Anna. "A Review of Chris Kelso's Schadenfreude". The Shwibly – A Magazine of the Arts. Dog Horn Publishing. Retrieved 2013.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  3. ^ Kelso, Chris. A Message from the Slave State. Western Legend Books. p. The Speculative Bookshop. 
  4. ^ Wargo, Joseph. "BOOK REVIEW: A Message From The Slave State by Chris Kelso". Your Friendly Counter Counterculturalist. Western Legend Press. Retrieved 30 May 2013. 
  5. ^ seanofthedead. "Book Review: Moosejaw Frontier – Author Chris Kelso". Bizarro Pulp Press. Retrieved 16 August 2013. 
  6. ^ Wamack, Grant. "Moosejaw Frontier (Book Review)". Spontaneous Combustion. Bizarro Pulp Press. Retrieved 20 August 2013. 
  7. ^ Kelso, Chris. Transmatic. MorbidbookS. p. Best Science Fiction Stories. 
  8. ^ Kelso, Chris. Transmatic. MorbidbookS. p. MorbidbookS Extreme Fiction Publisher. 
  9. ^ Kelso, Chris. Transmatic. MorbidbookS. p. Chris Kelso Website. 
  10. ^ Kelso, Chris. The Black Dog Eats The City. Omnium Gatherum. p. Interzone. 
  11. ^ Kelso, Chris. The Black Dog Eats The City. Omnium Gatherum. p. Omnium Gatherum. 
  12. ^ Helgadóttir, Margrét (October 1, 2014). "Guest Author: Chris Kelso". Margrét Helgadóttir. 
  13. ^ Lockley, Craig (August 22, 2015). "The Dissolving Zinc Theatre by Chris Kelso. Book review". The British Fantasy Society. 
  14. ^ Kelso, Chris. Caledonia Dreaming - Strange Fiction of Scottish Descent. p. Future Fire. 
  15. ^ Wills, David (July 13, 2014). "The is NOT an Anthology". Beatdom. Beatdom Books. 

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