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Christina Baker Kline
A Conversation with MHK

Behind the Orange Curtain

BFF's Our Best Furry Friends

California Crime

Cultural Mosaics

Eat Your Words

Home Truths

Hot Nights

No Limits

Novel Journeys

Shock and Awe

The Perks of Being a Teenager

The Ties That Bind

Webs We Weave

What do I read next?

Christina Baker Kline
 
Christina is the author of five novels, including the #1 New York Times bestselling Orphan Train (2013). Her other novels include Bird in Hand (2009), The Way Life Should Be (2007), Desire Lines (2005), and Sweet Water (1993). Her essays, articles, and reviews have appeared in The New York Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, Money, and Psychology Today. Christina was born in Cambridge, England, and raised there as well as in the American South and Maine. She is a graduate of Yale, Cambridge, and the University of Virginia, where she was a Henry Hoyns Fellow in Fiction Writing. She has taught fiction and nonfiction writing, poetry, English literature, literary theory, and women’s studies at Yale, NYU, and Drew University, and served as Writer-in-Residence at Fordham University for four years. She supports a number of libraries and other associations in New Jersey and Maine, and is a member of the Advisory Board for Roots & Wings, a nonprofit that provides support for at-risk adolescent and aged-out foster care youth. Christina lives in Montclair, NJ, with her family.
  http://www.christinabakerkline.com
 
 
From the Author  
Bird in Hand
Bird in Hand
 
The Way Life Should Be
The Way Life Should Be
 
Desire Lines
Desire Lines
             
   
Orphan Train
Orphan Train
 
A Piece of the World
A Piece of the World