Canadian poet and novelist. He was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, raised in Calgary, Alberta, and in 1998 moved to Montreal, Quebec, where he lives.
Kellough has published three books of poetry, two audio recordings, one novel, and one collection of short stories. He is also a practitioner of vocal sound poetry. His work multiplies and layers voice, while exploring the fundamentals of language-production. His debut novel, Accordéon, was a shortlisted nominee for the Amazon.ca First Novel Award.His newest poetry book, Magnetic Equator, was published in 2019, was shortlisted for the 2019 QWF A.M. Klein Award for Poetry, and won the 2020 Griffin Poetry Prize.