Callum McSorley is a writer based in Glasgow, Scotland. He is a graduate of the University of Strathclyde where he studied English, Journalism & Creative Writing.
Formerly a journalist working for the International Network of Street Papers, he has published stories in street papers (magazines sold by the homeless) all over the world from The Big Issue Japan to The Contributor (USA), covering a wide variety of topics from homelessness and human rights issues to celebrity interviews with the likes of The Pixies, Sebastian Vettel and Irvine Welsh.
Now writing fiction, he has published short stories in several magazines, including prestigious Scots literary journal, Gutter.
He is the author of three books – Beaten to a Pulp!, Dead in Autumn, Buried in Winter, and Fresh Blood Orange.