Kelvin Bueckert is an author, actor, and generally someone with an overactive imagination. His first major writing achievement was of writing his own name at a young age. Since then, Kelvin has learned to form three word sentences and recently was seen writing an entire paragraph in one sitting. But seriously...The burden of writing weighed upon his slim (but attractive) shoulders for many years, but it was only after his sister badgered him into auditioning for, Anne of Green Gables, that things changed. He realized that the pool of creativity was not something to be hidden, but was in fact something to revel in. In that way, Anne of Green Gables led into writing, music, and even more acting. Kelvin felt the joy of having his first short story published in 2004, since then he has continued to write, act, and think of crazy things to say in his biography. (Working title: How Anne of Green Gables Changed My Life.)
Kelvin is a diverse writer who has written drama, humor, suspense, poetry, and pretty much, whatever he feels like writing. His writings have been featured in many different and diverse places such as The Pedestal Magazine, Horizon Magazine, The Fifth Dimension, Writer Online, The Martian Wave, Lyrica Webzine of Romantic Fiction, Bewildering Stories, Alephion, Washing the Color of Water Golden, and many others.
As an actor Kelvin has been in many shows. He is also involved in the work of NoEclipse an acting group that uses powerful skits to reach out to the lost and hurting. The slide show on the home page has pictures of some of the characters that Kelvin has played in the past. Kelvin is always interested in playing interesting characters...so if you have a show in the works, why not contact him?
Kelvin's short form writing has appeared in these publications.
The Big Fifty
The Green Muse
Washing the Color of Water Golden (Hurricane Katrina Benefit Anthology)
The Pedestal Magazine. com
Dragons Knights and Angels
The Fifth Dimension
Alien Skin Magazine
The Pen Point View
Lyrica Webzine of Romantic Fiction
The Manitoba Coop-erator
Tamafyr Mountain Poetry
The Martian Wave
and probably others that I've forgotten.