Bewildering Stories biography
Chris Kuell is a writer and advocate living in western Connecticut. A former research chemist, he lost his sight at thirty-five as a result of diabetic retinopathy. A few years later, he learned how to use a computer with speech output and turned his efforts to writing.
He’s had more than two dozen articles about blindness published, and his fiction has appeared in Spillway Review, Breath and Shadow, Apollo’s Lyre, Gambit, Mountain Echoes, Decomposition, The Sun, and Dialogue.
He was an editor and contributed to the anthology, Mountain Voices: Illuminating the Character of West Virginia. He is currently seeking an agent and publisher for “Disconnected,” a novel about how Alzheimer’s disease affects a family and tests the bonds of love. He is also hard at work on his second novel, “Rub It In,” a novel about a blind massage therapist caught in a thorny love triangle.
Copyright © 2007 by Chris Kuell