Christina Collins grew up in Massachusetts and lives in Northern Ireland, where she’s always on the lookout for castle ruins and secret gardens. She is the author of the novel After Zero, as well as short fiction, poetry, and nonfiction appearing in more than a dozen publications, including Jabberwock Review, NonBinary Review, and Willow, Weep No More.
Christina holds a PhD in creative writing from Queen's University Belfast and an MFA in creative writing from George Mason University, and she's taught at both universities. She is the Irish Writers Centre's 2020 Roaming Writer-in-Residence and has also been a writer-in-residence at the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts as well as the Art Commune program in Armenia.
She is represented by Becky Bagnell of the Lindsay Literary Agency.