Callum McSorley is a writer based in Glasgow.
He graduated from the University of Strathclyde in 2013 with a degree in English, Journalism & Creative Writing, and in 2014 was selected for the Hermann Kesten Writing Scholarship in Nuremberg.
His short stories have appeared in Gutter Magazine, Shoreline of Infinity, New Writing Scotland, Typehouse Literary Magazine, The Glasgow Review of Books, Monstrous Regiment, and many more. His novelettes The Lunatic Song and The Brothers Oe were published in anthologies in 2019.
In 2019, his unpublished novel ‘Green Ink’ was shortlisted for The Big Issue Crime Writing Contest and in 2020 he was selected as a Local in the Limelight for Granite Noir crime writing festival and a Brave New Words reader for Cymera Festival.
This year, his fantasy noir novel Burying the Dragon will be published by Möbius Books.