Christina Fisanick is a writer-of-most-genres and an expert in a few. She specializes in creative non-fiction and digital storytelling but is currently working on an historical novel.
She writes stories that she believes no one else could tell, including her twenty-year battle with infertility, the loss of her two children, her struggle with Binge Eating Disorder, and so much more.
In addition to being a writer, Christina Fisanick is an associate professor of English at California University of Pennsylvania, where she teaches expository writing, digital storytelling, and creative non-fiction. She is the author of more than 30 books, dozens of articles and essays, and is the co-host of WANA LIVE!: Reading Series, a weekly livestream featuring writers from throughout northern Appalachia.
Christina Fisanick at her book launch for Two-Week Wait: Motherhood Lost and Found held at Words and Music in Wheeling, West Virginia.