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- Christi Craig lives in Wisconsin, working by day as a sign language interpreter and moonlighting as a writer, teacher, and editor. Her work has appeared online and in print, and she received an Honorable Mention in Glimmer Train's Family Matters Contest, 2010.
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Come find me at the UntitledTown Book Festival in Green Bay, WI!
Panel participant. The worst writing advice I ever got, Sat. Apr. 21st, 4pm.
Workshop. FLASH NONFICTION: The Art of the Short Essay, Sun. Apr. 22nd, 10am.
There's no cost to attend the festival and a ton of panels and presenters to see.
Upcoming Author InterviewsFeb. 21st, Lynn Sloan, author of This Far Isn't Far Enough (Fomite Press).
Mar. 21st, Paul Kosir, author of Perspectives of Nature: Scientifically Romantic Experiential Nature Poetry.
May. 16th, Lisa Romeo, author of Starting with Goodbye.
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Deep into edits of stories about family,* I am reminded why we explore the boxes, the stacks of old letters, the clippings from news, pages of a journal. Every word a link to history. Every image a glimpse at our past, Hand-held. … Continue reading
Published If we’re connected on social media, you’ve already seen me post about my most recent essay, “In Texas,” published in The Drum. What you might not know is that this essay has been years in the making. For that reason, … Continue reading
Love Always. It’s 1988, the year you graduate high school, the summer your best friend (of all time) turns 16, the months when you’re supposed to ride the Texas highways together to the mall, the movies, the parking lot parties, the two of … Continue reading