Christin Taylor earned her MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University of Los Angeles and her BA in Writing from Indiana Wesleyan University. Her first book, Shipwrecked in Los Angeles
, is forthcoming spring 2013 with Wesleyan Publishing House. Her essays have been anthologized in Just Moms: Conveying Justice in an Unjust World
and published in several online magazines. She writes regularly for Brain World
magazine and is currently working on her second book, forthcoming in 2014 with Wesleyan Publishing House. Christin has taught writing at the college level for four years in Los Angeles before moving to Gettysburg with her family. She has also lead a writing workshop on creative nonfiction at MacCaulay Honors College in New York City and through her own on-line series, The Blank Page Writing Workshops. She is a member of the Creative Nonfiction Collective, The Red Threads.
Christin Nicole Taylor
Adjunct Assistant Professor, English
(717) 337 -
Box: Campus Box 0397
300 North Washington St.
Gettysburg, PA 17325-1400
BA Indiana Wesleyan University,
MFA Antioch University of Los Angeles,