CHRISTINE KALAFUS

Blueprint for Daylight, Christine’s hilarious and heartbreaking memoir of infidelity, cancer, colicky twins, and the flood in her basement, was the recipient of the 2017 Sarah Patton Stipend Award for non-fiction manuscript in New York City and was excerpted in the 2018 anthology Connecticut’s Emerging Writers. Her prose poem “Horses,” was selected by National Book Award winner Mark Doty as the winner of the 2017 Knightville Poetry Contest and nominated for a 2019 Pushcart Prize. “I Hear You Make Cakes,” recorded live at Laugh Boston, aired on the international podcast, The Moth. Christine’s essays have appeared in several literary magazines—most  recently, in Longreads for “Renovating a Family.” She lives in Connecticut’s Quiet Corner with her husband in an old, demanding farmhouse that needs her.

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