Christina Myers is a former journalist turned freelance writer and editor, and a creative writer of both fiction and non-fiction. Her freelance work runs the gamut from writing editorial and content material, to behind-the-scenes editing and social media support.
She is the editor of the non-fiction anthology, BIG, a collection of stories by 26 writers from across Canada, the US and the Uk (Caitlin Press, 2020). It was named on Quill & Quire’s spring 2020 most anticipated non-fiction list, voted by Canadian librarians as a national Loan Stars Pick for January/February 2020, and appeared on the BC Bestseller list shortly after its release. Read more about BIG here.
Christina’s work has appeared in a number of anthologies, newspapers and magazines, and she has won or been shortlisted for a variety of literary and journalism awards over the years, and she is hopeful that her first novel will be on shelves in 2021. Read more about her freelance work and her creative work.
Christina also co-organizes a reading series for emerging and established writers called Words in the Burbs and teaches workshops on various writing-related topics.
She lives on the west coast of Canada in a house that is not nearly large enough to accommodate her habit of “rescuing” stray pieces of vintage junk.