Jay Caselberg

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Jay Caselberg
Jay Caselberg at the World Fantasy Convention 2006 in Austin, Texas
Born Australia
Pen name James A. Hartley, Jackson Creed
Occupation novelist
Nationality Australian
Alma mater University of Wollongong
Period 1996–present
Genre science fiction, horror, fantasy, literary

Jay Caselberg (born 1958) is an Australian science fiction writer. He has also used the name 'James Hartley' for some of his short fiction. His four novels to date are the Jack Stein series, comprising Wyrmhole, Metal Sky, The Star Tablet and Wall of Mirrors, published 2003-2006 by Roc Books.[1] Subsequent works appeared mostly in the small press comprising "Empties", "The Jackal Dreaming" as J.A Caselberg, "The Memory Box" and "Breath" as Jackson Creed. His short fiction continues to appear in many anthologies and magazines.

After taking his Honours Degree in History and Philosophy of Science, Caselberg found work as an IT consultant. He began to write in 1996, and over the following two years, he wrote full time and sold his first few publications under the name James A. Hartley.[2][3]


  1. ^ http://www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/caselberg_jay Encyclopaedia of Science Fiction
  2. ^ "Author Spotlight—Jay Caselberg". Grey Matter Press. July 17, 2014. Retrieved December 18, 2017. 
  3. ^ Geraldi, Jaime A. (March 28, 2015). "The Real Jay Caselberg". White Cat Publications. Retrieved December 18, 2017.