Leah Francesca Christianson's work has appeared in TriQuarterly, Sliver of Stone Magazine, Storm Cellar Quarterly, Sundog Lit, and other publications. She earned a BA from UCLA and an MFA from Miami University, where she was editor-in-chief of Oxford Magazine and received the Jordan Goodman award in fiction. Formerly, she has worked as a teacher, a management consultant, and a bartender on a cruise ship.
Currently, she is interested in exploring how time affects memory, how place affects character, any and all music-related writing, and the intersection between humor and grief. She has completed a novel and is working on a collection of essays.