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NEW GHAZAL FOR DAWWN UPSHAW

A Spanish translation of a ghazal I wrote for Dawwn Upshaw, published by Prodavinci. Read it here

SPRING 2015 ISSUE OF 91ST MERIDIAN IS OUT!

The IWP's new issue is out, with new translations of Rilke, essays on writing in a country at war, and much more. Find out more about the contributors here

BOOK REVIEW BY PUBLISHERS WEEKLY: FLASH FICTION INTERNATIONAL

The first review (starred) of Flash Fiction International by Publishers Weekly. Read it here

NEW PODCAST EPISODE OF RENAISSANCE SRQ

Christopher talks in a podcast on the relationship between poetry and politics. Read it here

NEW MOOC: HOW WRITERS WRITE POETRY

The International Writing Program (IWP) is opening registration for the newest creative writing MOOC (Massive Open Online Course): How Writers Write Poetry. Join us! More information here

TRANSLATIONS ON GARNISH.ORG

Christopher is thrilled to have some of his poems translated into Armenian! Read them here

IWP EXCHANGE COLLECTION

Check out the IWP's newest venture, the first issue of Narrative Witness: A Caracas-Sarajevo Collaboration. In Summer 2014, 22 writers and photographers in Caracas, Venezuela and Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina came together in an online exchange to create fiction, nonfiction, and photography centered on a theme of "narrative witness." Check out this beautifully designed work here.

AN INTERVIEW WITH LIFE AND LEGENDS

Kalpna Singh-Chitnis interviews Christopher about his passion for writing, inspiration for his nonfiction work and his international work. Read the full interview here

NEW LONG POEMS: "NOTES FROM A JOURNEY"

Life and Legends publishes several long poems Christopher wrote called "Hong Kong", "Kolkata", "Bali", "Qinghai", and "Maldives". Read them right here!

IN MEMORY OF TOMAZ SALAMUN

Christopher contributes to The Huffington Post in remembrance of his friend Slovenian poet, Tomaž Šalamun (1941-2014).