Official Website of the Award-Winning Author of
Little Known Facts and The Virginity of Famous Men
Publication dates October 4 & 18, 2022
Available for preorder at Bookshop.org
Upcoming Courses & Events:
1. Christine will teach a 90-minute class, "Getting Started on the Path to Publication" for Bookends & Beginnings on Wednesday, September 7, 5-6:30 PM Pacific time. More information and registration link here.
2. Christine will also be teaching a 4-week, online fiction workshop focusing on first-person point of view for Catapult beginning Thursday, November 3.
More information and registration link here.
3. Oct. 12, Skylight Books, 7:30 PM PT, Los Angeles, reading & discussion, Love in the Time of Time's Up, with Colette Sartor, Dana Johnson and Victoria Patterson (full fall events schedule at the bottom of this page)
Please Be Advised:
A Novel in Memos
Love in the Time of Time's Up:
A Short Fiction Anthology
Christine Sneed is the author of the novels Paris, He Said and Little Known Facts, and the story collections Portraits of a Few of the People I've Made Cry and The Virginity of Famous Men (Bloomsbury USA & UK). Her fifth book, Please Be Advised: A Novel in Memos (7.13 Books), and a short fiction anthology she edited, Love in the Time of Time's Up (Tortoise Books), will both be published in October 2022. Her seventh book, Direct Sunlight, a short story collection, will be published in June 2023 (Northwestern University Press).
Her work has been included in publications such as The Best American Short Stories, O. Henry Prize Stories, New Stories from the Midwest, New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Chicago Tribune, ZYZZYVA, New England Review, The Southern Review, Ploughshares, Glimmer Train, and O Magazine.
Her feature script The Female Gaze was a semifinalist in AMPAS's 2020 Nicholl Fellowship competition. She has written a number other high-placing scripts in the Austin Film Festival, CineStory Feature and TV Pilot competitions, the PAGE Awards, Atlanta Film Festival, Filmmatic, New York International Screenplay Awards, and Screencraft Comedy Feature competitions.
She has received the Grace Paley Prize for Short Fiction, the 21st Century Award from the Chicago Public Library Foundation, the Chicago Writers’ Association Book of the Year Award twice, the Society of Midland Authors’ Award, an O. Henry Prize, and Ploughshares’ Zacharis Award. She has also been a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize and the Chicago Review Fiction Award. She lives in southern California with her partner Adam Tinkham and teaches for the graduate creative writing programs at Northwestern University and Regis University.
IN THE PRESS
"Impressive. . . hypnotic. . . hard to put down. . . . Little Known Facts is juicy enough to appeal to our prurience but smart enough not to make us feel dirty afterward.... Sneed is such a gifted writer... Her depiction of both proximity to celebrity and celebrity itself had me totally convinced."
New York Times Book Review (cover)
Review of Little Known Facts