Christopher Keelty


Christopher Keelty writes fiction that reflects his own diverse interests, usually with science-fiction or fantasy elements and often including one or more LGBT characters. He enjoys cooking, running (mostly trying to keep up with his girlfriend), and microbrewed beer.

Chris grew up in upstate New York and the Philadelphia area. He is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh undergraduate writing program, and as a teenager studied writing through the Johns Hopkins University's CTY program. Chris is a professional fundraiser by day, and has worked for organizations including the ACLU, City Harvest, and two Pennsylvania zoos.

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Toll Road: A Short Story of Murka
Price: Free! Words: 6,680. Language: American English. Published: November 15, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Apocalyptic, Fiction » Fantasy » General
In a fractured future, Americans are divided into religious and ideological factions, engaged in never-ending war for territory, fuel, and food. With winter rapidly descending, Bayle Bonner walks 300 miles across what used to be the Pennsylvania Turnpike to honor a promise. Toll Road is a short story of approximately 4,000 words (16 pages).

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