Sci-Fi. Fantasy. Adventure. Allegories.

Andrew Zellgert is a surrealist author who primarily writes science fiction and fantasy for teens.

Many of his main characters take on the perspective of individuals with Asperger syndrome to show just how strange, random, and dangerous life may seem from the perspective of someone who is neurodivergent.  

Notable Works By Andrew Zellgert

The Tale of Christian Z. Wattson

“[…] Strong writing propels an agile and captivating storyline like Secretariat rocketing around the final turn of the Belmont Stakes. There’s also betrayal. Sabotage. The Capital Vices. Slice. Unexpected plot twists. Just about the time you think you know where this story is going, it’s Oops! U-turn! So you might want to buckle up. […]”

-Kristine L



"Readers who can relate to the challenges Stewart faces will find wisdom and encouragement in this treatment of the hurdles created by depression, anxiety, and loneliness, especially as Zellgert shows how those hurdles can be overcome—and, crucially, that sometimes Stewart has to try more than once."

-BookLife Reviews

Stewart by Andrew Zellgert. Reviewed by Publishers Weekly. A story about Depression and Lonliness

The Bread Company

"With action-driven dialogue that not only develops the many unique characters, but also sets the stage for the action which follows, the story unfolds quickly as the reader follows Randy’s adventures and journey into space."

-Readers Favorite

The Bread Company by Andrew Zellgert. Readers' Favorite 5 Star Review. An adventure about autism in the workforce


"This book is fast-paced, action-packed, high-tech, and gripping — once you start, I'm sure you won’t be able to stop until you’ve finished it!"

-Raju Chacko

"Even when something serious happens like someone gets shot and killed, we still get a lighthearted time-travel subplot from it."

-Outstanding Creator