Christopher’s story “Astronauts” appears in the anthology The Writers Studio at 30, which is available for discounted pre-order. This anthology celebrates 30 years of The Writers Studio, featuring fiction and poetry by current and former students and teachers, as well as works by the advisory board and other distinguished writers who have helped build this prestigious independent literary community. The 500-page anthology includes work from nearly 100 authors.
Christopher’s story “The Appointment” appears in Timber Journal’s new issue Volume 7.1 on the theme of Ruination. If you’re in Denver, CO, join the reading and celebration on Saturday, April 29th 2017 at BookBar. At the event, Christopher’s story will be ready by the wonderful and lovely Manda Manning, co-creator of the travel journal Sisters That Stray. The Facebook invite is here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1858022981117051/
The opening of this review of Amy Dupcak’s DUST:
James Hurst’s 1960 short story, “The Scarlet Ibis,” is commonly required reading for high school kids (and was adapted into an opera last year in New York City). It’s a remarkable story that opens with a garden…
From Lucid River Press: “A daring debut collection, Dust dives headfirst into the complicated waters of youth. Exploring themes of alienation, longing, self-destruction and ultimately self-awareness, the characters in Dust attempt to find meaning and form connections via sex, art, drugs, apple seeds, a cardboard dreamachine, and an aloe vera plant.”