"Christopher's mind is dazzling. [He] should be required reading for anyone deeply interested in what it is to be alive."
Hoopty Time Machines: fairy tales for grown ups. A collection of wistful domestic fabulism, from Atticus Books. ©2016.
Work and Other Essays. "Silly, heartbreaking, and unlike any you've seen before," with musings about Kyle MacLachlan, jackhammers, Sacramento, and getting hit by a van. ©2014.
The Calling. One-hour drama. (Top finalist, Creative World Awards.)
Disassembly. One-hour drama. (Under consideration for the 2018 Sundance Episodic Lab.)
Free Fall. One-hour drama.
Live From Mars. One-hour drama. (Finalist, Cinestory.)
Upstate. Feature. (Finalist, PAGE Awards.)
Wunderland. One-hour drama. (Winner, ISA Fellowship.)
The Box. Co-writer on a narrative experiment with Sacred Fools Theater Company. Created by Padraic Duffy and Hans Gelpke. Other collaborators include Paula Cizmar, Jon Jory, Caridad Svich, and Mac Wellman.
Clyt at Home: The Clytemnestra Project. Written with Katharine Noon and produced by The Ghost Road Ensemble. Performed in A.S.K. Common Ground Festival, the KO Festival of Performance, and as part of Home Siege Home at [Inside] the Ford and the Getta Villa. Shortlisted by the LA Weekly as Best Play and Best Adaptation in Los Angeles.
The Man Who Looked for the World in a Fortune Cookie (and Found It). Developed and produced by Theatre of NOTE, Los Angeles.
Dramaturg/new play development with A.S.K. Theater Projects, Circle X Theatre Co., Ensemble Studio Theatre, the McCarter Theatre, Manhattan Theatre Club, the Mark Taper Forum, South Coast Repertory, Theatre of NOTE, the Walnut Street Theatre, the Wilma Theater, others.
Bread Loaf Writers' Conference. Fiction.
The Cabin at Shotpouch Creek. Sponsored by Oregon State University's Spring Creek Project.
The Community of Writers at Squaw Valley. Screenwriting.
International Screenwriters' Association. Fast Track Fellow.
Middlebury Script Lab. Fellow.
Padua Playwrights. Intensive in playwriting.
Pataphysics West. Writing for television.