Christine Hale

Christine Hale is the author of Basil’s Dream (Livingston Press 2009). Her short fiction and creative nonfiction have appeared in North Dakota Quarterly, Arts & Letters, Apalachee Review, Rivendell, Natural Bridge, and The Sun. A native of Bristol, Virginia, Hale has an MBA from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MFA from Warren Wilson College. She teaches in the Antioch University/Los Angeles Low Residency MFA Program and lives in Asheville, North Carolina.


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