You can now read my short story ‘There’s a Joab Oan‘ over on the Glasgow Review of Books website! Deek can see ghosts. Deek lives in a house haunted by its former occupier, Stan. Deek can’t be fucked doing the housework, or doing his job – helping Stan hunt other ghosts for cash – … More Read ‘There’s a Joab Oan’ in the Glasgow Review of Books
When it rains it pours. I’m thrilled to say I’ve had a short story accepted by the awesome Glasgow Review of Books! Due to be published on 3rd October, ‘There’s a Joab Oan’ is like The Sixth Sense only set in Glasgow, and Haley Joel Osment is replaced by a middle-aged rip-off merchant … More The Glasgow Review of Books
I am really stoked to have made it into the front cover of Schlock! Webzine!! (Exclamation marks 2 & 3 my own.) This week only (Sun 16 – Sat 22 Sep) you can read my short story Cutting Teeth for free on the Schlock! website here. This one’s an out-there urban fantasy piece … More Read Cutting Teeth in Schlock! Webzine
A copy of the new issue of Grasslimb Journal dropped through my door today, and you can now have one too! My short story, Green Fire, appears on then back page of the current issue, Vol. 15 No. 2, along with other great stories, poems and cartoons. Click here to read it.
You can check out my latest piece of flash fiction, Unofficial Tapes #1, over on the excellent FTP Magazine website. It’s y attempt at being both political/funny, who knows if either works, but if you wanna find out you can read it here: http://www.ftpmagazine.com/2016/10/26/unofficial-tapes-1-callum-mcsorley/ FTP is a new Glasgow-based arts magazine. The initials stand for Fuck The … More Read ‘Unofficial Tapes #1’ on FTP Magazine