Christina Lynch is a novelist, television writer, journalist, book coach, and writing instructor.
A former Milan correspondent for W and Women's Wear Daily, she has written on staff for television shows such as The Dead Zone, Encore! Encore!, Unhappily Ever After and Wildfire.
A devoted educator, she teaches television writing for UCLA Extension, and The Art of Editing, about how to revise your own writing, for Antioch University LA, where she is also a book coach. She also teaches composition at College of the Sequoias. For only partly selfish reasons, she is a passionate advocate for higher pay and better working conditions for all adjunct instructors.
She is one half of the duo that writes as Magnus Flyte. The first Magnus novel, City of Dark Magic, was a New York Times bestseller. Please visit www.magnusflyte.com or www.Facebook.com/MagnusFlyte for more details, or buy the books from Powell's or Amazon.
Christina was honored to have a short story included in the anthology Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction from the Margins of History. You can buy it here.
She is currently at work on a novel set in Italy in 1956. Why 1956? You'll soon find out!
Here's a link to a few of her current articles. If you love condiments, religious figures and laughing, take a look.