Christopher Woods lives in Houston and Chappell Hill, Texas. His photographs have appeared in dozens of publications including Narrative Magazine, Best Fiction, Deep South, Glasgow Review, and Public Republic. He shares an online gallery with his wife Linda at Moonbird Hill Arts
Chris also writes fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and plays. He is the author of The Dream Patch, a lyrical novel about a Texas family during the 1940’s. His collection of prose poems and brief fictions, Under a Riverbed Sky, was published by Panther Creek Press. His collection of stage monologues for actors and actresses, Heart Speak, was published by Stone River Press. His work has appeared in over 400 publications in the U.S. and in 14 foreign countries. These publications include Columbia, The Southern Review, New England Review, Confrontation, Rosebud and Glimmer Train.
Chris has received a grant from the Mary Roberts Rinehart Foundation, along with residencies at the Ucross Foundation in Wyoming and the Edward Albee Foundation in New York. He lives in Houston where he has taught creative writing workshops at Rice University Continuing Studies Program, The Women’s Institute, and by correspondence.
You can enjoy his work here: Christopher Woods’ Photographic Artwork