A new review gives great praise to the anthology Vast and my short-story The DreamCube Thread.
“I particularly enjoyed Ellinor Kall’s The DreamCube Thread, with it’s playful use of form balanced against an interrogative line of thought about the nature of thought itself and the interconnectivity of minds. This represents everything I love about speculative fiction.”
I have been interviewed by British publisher Orchid’s Lantern about writing, magic and my short story The DreamCube Thread (included in the anthology Vast). I’m happy to have been part of the series and recommend you to read the other interviews as well!
Author biography in 55 words:Ellinor Kall is a liminal writer who grew up kinda lost among the forests and mountains in northern Sweden. A queer shadow with sparks in between worlds. Born out of emotion and will, glamorized photos and words. Once quoted saying: “I’m not lost, I just don’t know where I am.” Maybe that says it all.
I’m a demi-fictional non-binary alias that writes random lunacy and occasional wisdom about the mind masked as weird and a bit queer fiction. Random or long contemplated thoughts and ideas concerning consciousness, fiction, art and language may occur frequently. Though the border between non-fiction essays and my journal can sometimes blur. Not to mention how to categorize the rambling oracles about magic that suddenly appears out of nowhere. Sometimes there are also news about what I’m up to.
Apart from the English texts on this page I’ve written a lot of stuff in Swedish. That is however published elsewhere under another name. Identity is a tricky thing. For hints about this read between the lines in my journal, especially the entry about being multiple me, the attempted peace treaty and the oracle claiming I’m a binary star.
I’ll be adding new and old texts to this site every now and then, so check back in here or use the RSS thingie in the footer. I got writings all over the place, so I keep finding stuff I forgot about. Since English is my second language spelling and grammar may falter sometimes.
If you’re looking for a specific text you can choose categories and find lists with direct links to all contents in the menu. Enjoy!