Christine E. Salvatore received her MFA from The University of New Orleans. She currently teaches literature and creative writing at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, Egg Harbor Township High School and in the MFA Program at Rosemont College. One of her poems was chosen by the editors of The Southeast Review as a finalist in this year’s Gearhart Poetry Contest. Her poetry has recently appeared or will appear in Mead Magazine, The Literary Review, The Cortland Review, Prime Number Magazine and in The Edison Literary Review, as well as others. She is the recipient of a 2005 Fellowship from the New Jersey State Council of the Arts.
Christine is a Geraldine R. Dodge Poet and teaches at Festivals and workshops throughout New Jersey. She also works with Murphy Writing of Stockton University.
Christine lives in Atlantic County New Jersey. When she isn't teaching or writing, she can be found crocheting, kayaking, attending music festivals, finding kitsch at flea markets, and buying teal things and things with birds on them. She also enjoys spending time in the company of family, friends, and her American Cocker Spaniel, Brett. She is an outspoken proponent of the Oxford comma.
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