Teri-Louise Kelly is an author to reckon with.
Thrice published by Adelaide’s prestigious Wakefield Press and once by the underground three stooges of Paroxysm Press, Kelly managed to avoid the fate of most Paroxysm authors - mediocrity - by appearing in an ABC Radio National profile and becoming the first writer to receive both a Richard Llewellyn Arts & Disability Trust grant and an Indpendent Artists grant in the same funding round at ArtsSA.
But these works were all auto-biographical. Kelly’s venture into fiction in both short and long form was for Wider Screenings TM | Transgressor in ebook form, firstly with Punktuation and most recently with A Double Pass to Aberration.
Out now, A Double Pass to Aberration is Kelly’s indulgence of her dark side, an ambitious blend of genre and gender play. In two stories, a vampire and zombie story respectively, Kelly evokes both the Gothic origins of the vampire story since Stoker and the contemporary suicide rock of resurrection fantasy, tackling the legacy of the suicidal rock stars of Nirvana and Manic Street Preachers.
The second Teri Louise Kelly e-book from Wider Screenings TM | Transgressor is available for immediate download at the Widers Screenings TM online ebookstore and on Kindle, Smashwords, Xinxii and soon on iTunes, Kobo, Diesel, Sony eBookstore and GoogleBooks. Look for it now!