ANGELIQUE: Tell me about your newest release Beldam of Oz...
KELVIN: It’s a prequel to the original Wizard of Oz story, but told my own way and coming at it from a completely unusual angle. Its full of gore, but also heartache and true horror. It hurt to write but I think its my best work yet
ANGELIQUE: What makes you an irritating cunt?
KELVIN: Honesty. People really don’t seem to expect it or know how to handle it. I am not one of these to tow the line and tell someone they are amazing because they are the current big name or similar. But I will continue to be me.
ANGELIQUE: Give me your best dad joke...
KELVIN: I have an apparently irrational fear of escalators. Its so bad that I have to take steps to avoid them…
ANGELIQUE: What's your most prized scene that you've written so far?
KELVIN: Possibly the last scene in Beldam of Oz
ANGELIQUE: What's the best part about being an author?
KELVIN: Getting feedback from people who have tapped into the worlds that I have created. I’m not about the money. In truth I consider myself more of a storyteller than an author.
ANGELIQUE: You can sit down with any author alive or dead and have a conversation, who would it be and what would you ask them?
KELVIN: I would speak to Bruce King, the author of one of my all-time fave horror novels Demon Shield and ask him why he only ever wrote one horror novel.
ANGELIQUE: What's the dumbest thing you've ever done?
KELVIN: Oh God, the list is endless. I would probably say the dumbest thing is a mix of several. For years each morning Drama would put a vitamin next to me while I was writing and shout, “Eat it” and I would. The trouble is now whenever anyone puts stuff next to me in my peripheral vision I eat it. I’ve chowed down dice while playing d&d, tokens, and more, chewed wax melts, candles and more, plus I nearly choked on a toy car. Oh, and I also drank fragrance oil, Drama passed me to smell