Terence, Mephisto & Viscera Eyes





‘Chris Kelso is a fun writer. He is a daring writer. He is an experimental writer — but more importantly he is about to become an important writer. Read him with this book, so you can say you discovered shortly after Don Webb. I said it first, so I win.’

Don Webb  – Overthrowing the Old Gods

‘Someday soon people are going to be naming him as one of their own influences. He’s worth checking out.’– INTERZONE magazine

“Chris Kelso’s books often featuring terrible people being eaten alive by a Just-as-Cruel universe, cities that are picked apart in the manner of sky burials by invisible vultures and excellent prose…”

  “Chris Kelso’s prose is funny, bizarre, hyper-alert, hyperactive and a slingshot into the future. This is a fun and entertaining ride of a read, best undertaken at high speeds with a helmet on for safety.”

– Amber Sparks

‘Chris Kelso writes in a style of broken glass and razor blades, barbed wire and gasoline. Stitching together prose, poetry, drama, and graphic novel in a Frankenstein aesthetic, he creates a striking book whose surreal landscapes and situations bring to mind Ballard, Burroughs, and Dick. Just when you think Kelso has taken things as far as he can, he proves you wrong, setting off in a bold new direction, pushing you to keep pace with him. If there is such a thing as weird fiction, then this is it, with a capital “W.”

– John Langan, author of The Wide, Carnivorous Sky and Other Monstrous Geographies

‘Unlike any other book about depression that you’ll ever read!’

– Ginger Nuts of Horror