© Brentwood Writers' Circle, 2011 - 17 All Rights Reserved.
5th August 2017

Speaker - Kelli Anglis

Kelli writes Sci-Fi, Dark Fantasy and is the author of The Project Butterfly series.

She  

says:  

“My  

pen  

name  

is  

K.  

A.  

Angliss.  

I  

live  

in

Essex,  

UK  

with  

my  

partner,  

my  

little  

girl,  

three  

rescue

rabbits and dog.

I   

decided   

to   

choose   

self-publishing   

over   

traditional

methods  

of  

publication,  

not  

wanting  

to  

give  

up  

artistic

authority  

and  

enjoy  

being  

more  

‘hands  

on’  

in  

all  

aspects

of my work.

I’ve  

always  

had  

a  

passion  

for  

reading  

and  

writing  

but

only  

in  

my  

mid-twenties  

that  

I  

found  

my  

own  

defining

writing  

style  

and  

the  

confidence  

to  

get  

my  

ideas  

down

onto paper.

The    

Project    

Butterfly    

series    

is    

based    

on    

actual

experiments  

on  

the  

human  

mind,  

a  

subject  

that  

has

greatly  

affected  

me.  

I  

was  

doing  

some  

light  

reading  

on

WW2  

and  

I  

uncovered  

the  

disturbing  

history  

of  

Unit

731.  

It  

kept  

me  

up  

at  

night  

thinking  

about  

the  

cruel

experiments  

carried  

out  

and  

inspired  

me  

to  

research

further and question our human rights.

5th August 2017
© Brentwood Writers' Circle, 2011 - 17 All Rights Reserved.
Speaker - Kelli Anglis
Kelli writes Sci-Fi, Dark Fantasy and is the author of The Project Butterfly series.
She says: “My pen name is K. A. Angliss. I live in Essex, UK with my partner, my little girl, three rescue rabbits and dog. I decided to choose self-publishing over traditional methods of publication, not
wanting to give up artistic authority and enjoy being more ‘hands on’ in all aspects of my work. I’ve always had a passion for reading and writing but only in my mid-twenties that I found my own defining writing style and the confidence to get my ideas down onto paper. The Project Butterfly series is based on actual experiments on the human mind, a subject that has greatly affected me. I was doing some light reading on WW2 and I uncovered the disturbing history of Unit 731. It kept me up at night thinking about the cruel experiments carried out and inspired me to research further and question our human rights.