Christine Walde

Christine Walde

Biography: 

Christine Walde is a writer, artist, and librarian whose work combines library and archival research with interests in experimental prose, poetry, visual poetry, performance, and the visual arts. Her work has been published in print and online journals in Canada, the US, and the UK, including Carousel, CV2, The Fiddlehead, Lemonhound, The Malahat Review, ParatextPlath ProfilesThe Rusty Toque, and Vallum. She has published two chapbooks: The Black Car (2011), based on her research working with Sylvia Plath's archivesand Noise and Silence (2013) with Poetry is Dead. In 2018, flask publishing produced Bride Machine. She has written two novels:The Candy Darlings, and Burning From the Inside, which was shortlisted for the 2014 ReLit Award. She is a former member of the Poetry Board of The Malahat Review and is represented by the Rights Factory. She lives in Victoria, BC.