Christine Butterworth-McDermott’s writing has appeared in Alaska Quarterly Review, The Massachusetts Review, River Styx, and Southeast Review, among others. She is the author of the chapbooks Tales on Tales: Sestinas (2010) and All Breathing Heartbreak (2019) and a full-length collection Woods and Water, Wolves and Women (2012).

The good people at Fomite  published her second full-length collection, Evelyn As: Poems (2019), which is an imaginative retelling of the life of early model Evelyn Nesbit and the murder of the famous gilded age architect, Stanford White.

Her new collection, Spellbook of Fruit and Flowers, is forthcoming. Details as they appear!

Butterworth-McDermott is also the founder and co-editor of Gingerbread House Literary Magazinean online quarterly journal focused on magical poetry & prose.

A graduate of Purdue University’s creative writing program, she lives in Nacogdoches, Texas.