Owen Kaelan

I write literary fiction, from my home in the suburban puzzle of Greater Boston, more specifically Watertown. Dominant trees in my area include the elm and the oak, and the honey locust which is not native to Massachusetts.

My novel-in-progress, Seelie Catch, has much to do with myth and folklore, and storytelling.

I edit the literary journal Gone Lawn, which publishes progressive fiction, prose and poetry, and is now reviewing work for its 36th issue.

I have a presence on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. Feel free to connect with me.

I can be reached directly at owenkaelan at gmail period com.


Seelie Catch : novel

Published Short Pieces

2013 : All Our Animal Dead : [A-Minor]
2013 : The Well Wishers : [Cease, Cows - September]
2013 : The Free Sounds: House of X : [Cease, Cows - May]
2013 : A Language of Trenches : ["Word Swell" (anthology)]
2011 : Sound and Sky : [Anemone Sidecar #15]
2011 : House of the Letter L [Café Irreal]
2010 : An Audible Palace : [Exclusive #3]
2010 : Leisure : [Kill Author #10]
2007 : Growing Home : [Snow Monkey #18 (print)]
2007 : Climbing the People : [Snow Monkey #18 (print)]
2006 : Hills of Teeth : [Spinning Jenny (print)]


Gone Lawn

A literary journal.

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