Chris Price

Chris Price’s work often hovers around the intersections between literature and science. She is the author of three poetry collections, Husk (Best First Book of Poetry, Montana NZ Book Awards, 2002), The Blind Singer (2009) and Beside Herself (2016), as well as the hybrid ‘biographical dictionary’ Brief Lives (shortlisted, Montana NZ Book Awards’ biography category, 2007). Chris is a former editor of the literary journal Landfall. Since 2009 she has convened the MA workshop in poetry and creative non-fiction at the International Institute of Modern Letters, Victoria University of Wellington.

Photo by Robert Cross.