Christine Adams studied English and Creative Writing at Gettysburg College under the tutelage of Rob Garnett, Deborah Larsen and Peter Stitt, among others. The mother of three children, she is the former Legal Recruitment Manager of the New York office of Cravath Swaine and Moore, where she learned the formulaic aspects of professional writing. Chris is first and foremost a writer and avid reader who enjoys the theatre, music, sport of all kinds, and travel. She lived in Paris, France from 2002 – 2006, where she studied the French language and ate a lot of cheese.
She splits her time between Montclair, New Jersey and Litchfield County, Connecticut, where she is active on several not-for-profit boards.
Christine has just completed a collection of poems entitled Setting the Table in the Age of Reason, and is concurrently working on a novel, a piece of historical fiction set in 17th Century New France, and a memoir about the restoration of a beloved cottage. She also writes pieces for local press, media and not-for-profts on a free-lance basis, and is a certified grant writer.