Author: Christopher Locke

Christopher Locke is the Nonfiction Editor of Slice magazine in Brooklyn. His recent flash fiction has appeared in Forth and New Flash Fiction Review. Locke has five chapbooks of poetry and has received two Dorothy Sargent Poetry Awards, as well as grants in poetry from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, New Hampshire Council on the Arts, and Fundacion Valparaiso (Spain). His first full-length collection of poems, End of American Magic, was released by Salmon Poetry in 2010. Waiting for Grace & Other Poems (Turning Point Books) and the collection of essays Can I Say (Kattywompus Press) were both released in 2013. His essay/poetry collection about his travels through Latin America, Ordinary Gods (Salmon Poetry), and his first book for children, The Heart Flyer (tapStory), were both recently accepted for publication.

Stories by Christopher Locke

Unconfirmed - March 21, 2016

Interviews involving Christopher Locke

Smoke and Mirrors: An Interview with Christopher Locke -