• Little Known Facts: A Novel
    Little Known Facts: A Novel
    by Christine Sneed
  • Portraits of a Few of the People I've Made Cry: Stories
    Portraits of a Few of the People I've Made Cry: Stories
    by Christine Sneed
  • Paris, He Said: A Novel
    Paris, He Said: A Novel
    by Christine Sneed


PUBLICATIONS:


Some recent fiction publications:

- Little Known Facts (novel), Bloomsbury USA; Bloomsbury Circus - UK imprint

- Paperback and e-book versions of Portraits of a Few of the People I've Made Cry (story collection), Bloomsbury USA

- Paris Gare St. Lazare (novel), Bloomsbury USA - recently acquired; pub date TBD

- Short story collection (title pending), Bloomsbury USA - recently acquired; pub date TBD

- "Study Hall," The Journal, forthcoming, Fall 2013

- "Whatshisname," LUMINA, forthcoming, winter 2014 

- "Time Machine," Chicago Quarterly Review, forthcoming, fall/winter 2013-14

- "59 Ways of Looking at Domesticity," Pleiades, forthcoming, Dec. 2013 (or June 2014)

- "The Couplehood Jubilee," New England Review, Summer 2013

- "Past Due," Commentary, June 2013

- "Stolen Gods," Printers Row Journal, 10 February 2013

- "Ask an Expert," Massachusetts Review, spring 2013

- "The New, All-True CV," The Literary Review, late fall/early winter 2012-13

- "Objects of Desire," New World Writing, Fall 2012 issue (full text available online)

- "Words That Once Shocked Us," Fifth Wednesday Journal, Spring 2012 - Winner of the 2012 Fifth Wednesday Journal Editor's Fiction Prize

- "Twelve + Twelve," New Stories of the Midwest (2013 edition), originally published in Glimmer Train, Fall 2010

- "In the Bag," Crazyhorse, No. 81, Spring 2012

- "The Finest Medical Attention," New England Review, Spring 2012

- "Encore," Southern Indiana Review, Spring 2012

- "The River," Printers Row Journal, March 2012 (originally appeared in TriQuarterly Online, Fall 2011)

- "Dad's Birthday," Yalobusha Review, Winter 2011-12

- "The First Wife," 2012 PEN/O. Henry Prize Stories anthology, originally published in New England Review, Vol. 31, Number 4, Winter 2010-11

- "Flattering Light," The Southern Review, Vol. 48, #2, Spring 2012

- "How to Live," New England Review Digital, posted 2/11/2012

Also online: 

- "Roger Weber Would Like to Stay," The Literary Review, Vol. 54, #3

- "Fortune," storySouth, current issue, Spring 2011


* Poetry
- “People Who Forget To Tie Their Shoes”—Pleiades, Vol. 23, #2, 2003
- “Buddhist Monk in the Candy Shop”—Pleiades; Vol. 22, #1, 2002 
- “Looking the Joke” and “Broken Aubade”—Third Coast, #10
- “Wind Is a Pilgrim”—The Comstock Review, 2000
- “Magritte Imagines a Maze”—Sycamore Review, Issue 12.2, Summer/Fall 2000
- “Romeo & Juliet Happy in the Twentieth Century”—Mudfish, #11, 2000
- “Fifteen Hundred Clowns in One Room”—Columbia Poetry Review, Spring 2000   
- “In the Musée Rodin”—Poet Lore, Vol. 94, #3, Fall 1999
- “Art of Conversation”—Calyx, Winter 1998-99, Vol. 18, #2
- “Refugee”—Poet Lore, Vol. 93, #2, Summer 1998
- “Evening Fire”—Poet Lore, Vol. 92, #1 Spring 1997
- “In Morning Light”—The Comstock Review, Spring 1998, Vol. 12, #1
- “Driving at Night”—Cimarron Review, #123, Spring 1998
- “Listening to Music in Bed”—The Comstock Review, Fall 1997, Vol. 11, #2
- “Walking on Tiptoe”— The Comstock Review, Spring 1997, Vol. 11, # 1
- “Collective” & “Sentimental Butchers”–Puerto del Sol, Summer 1997
- “Anniversary”—Artful Dodge, No. 32/33
- “Body Holds”—Hawaii Review, Fall/Winter 1997, Vol. 21, #1
- “Wine-Tasting”—Minnesota Parent, November 1997
- “Concerto”—River Styx, #50, 1997
- “Giant in Love”— Laurel Review, Vol. 31.1, Winter 1997
- “If Camus Had Asked Me to Write a Love Scene,” Black Warrior Review, Vol. 22, #1
- “She Is Married” and “Rolling”— Laurel Review, Vol. 31, #2
- “Entry”—Cream City Review, Vol. 22, #1
- “Faith”—Cream City Review, Vol. 19, #1
- “Surprise Party” and “Earth in the Universe’s Catalog”—Poetry East, Spring 1996, #42

* Non-fiction: 
- Essay, “Our Dogs Days of Summer”—Cubbie Blues: 100 Years of Waiting ‘Til Next Year, Published December 2008, editor Donald Evans (a Chicago Cubs-themed prose & poetry anthology)
- Book reviews in F-News (School of the Art Institute newspaper)—Bridget Jones’ Diary, September 1999; Birds of America, October 1999; Best American Short Stories 1999, February 2000; Pastoralia, September 2000.
- Movie reviews in the Indiana Daily StudentA Perfect Murder, 8 June 1998; Six Days, Seven Nights, 15 June 1998; Dirty Work, 18 June 1998; Dr. Dolittle, 2 July 1998

Activities and Honors:


*2010 New England Review nominee for fellowship to the Bread Loaf Writer's Conference

* AWP’s 2009 Grace Paley Short Fiction Prize contest winner: Portraits of a Few of the People I’ve Made Cry, a story collection to be published by the University of Massachusetts Press, late 2010/early 2011, selected by final judge Allan Gurganus
* Guest Fiction Editor, Crazyhorse, Spring 2009

* Shortlisted for Best American Non-required Reading 2008: “Quality of Life”

* Special mention Puschart Prize Anthology XXXIII: “Quality of Life”
* 2nd place winner of Glimmer Train’s June 2008 Fiction Open: “Twelve + Twelve”
* Nominee for the Pushcart Prize: “Quality of Life,” “Both Eyes,” "Portraits of a Few of the People I've Made Cry," and “Clown Testimonies” (stories), and “Buddhist Monk in the Candy Shop” (poem)
* Volunteer writer for Gildagram, the quarterly newsletter at Gilda’s Club Chicago, 8/06 – present
* 2003 Recipient of Illinois Arts Council fellowship for poetry
* 2003 New England Review nominee for tuition scholarship to the Bread Loaf Writer’s Conference
* Shortlisted for the O’Henry Prize Story Anthology 2001: “I Want to Marry You”