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Leah Francesca Christianson is a writer and editor with roots in California and Minnesota. Her work has been featured in TriQuarterly, River Teeth, Split Lip Magazine, Bending Genres, and other publications. She earned a BA from UCLA and an MFA from Miami University, where she was editor-in-chief of Oxford Magazine. Her work has been nominated for awards including the Pushcart Prize, Fictions of the Midwest, Best of the Net, and has been supported by an Excellence in Teaching Fellowship at the Madeline Island School of the Arts and the Jordan Goodman prize.

She has served as a panelist for numerous creative writing awards, including Sun Yat-sen University's essay contest and Idaho Commission on the Arts Creative Writing fellowship. Currently, she works as a senior editor at Russell Reynolds Associates, teaches creative writing at The Loft Literary Center, and is on the fiction staff for Split Lip Magazine.

Leah is seeking representation for her latest novel about a woman and her stepmother on a roadtrip across a climate-devastated America.

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