Adrienne Christian is a Broadcast Journalist, Editor, Teacher, and Author. She's also a Cave Canem fellow and an Executive Committee Member of the Haiku Society of America. Adrienne works and plays in both New York, New York and Greensboro, North Carolina. Find her traveling, entertaining, or misbehaving when she's not at her computer.

Broadcast Journalist. "Weekends with Adrienne" is an Internet talk show in which Adrienne converses (not conversates) with newsmakers. Artists, educators, politicians, activists – anyone is fair game.

Editor. Adrienne designs and edits the newsletter, Ripples, for the Haiku Society of America. She's the former Assistant Poetry Editor of Silk Road journal and Guest Editor of Backbone Press. She is the Editorial Advisor for Lone Star Legacy: Poetry, Prose, and History in Texas. Adrienne is also the Founder and Editor-In-Chief of the multimedia magazine, The Lovemaking Review. This mag publishes love stories in all their glorious forms – lovely love, sacred love, salacious love, sometime-y love.

Teacher. At Guilford Technical Community College, Adrienne teaches Developmental English and Reading. Click here to read her students' evaluations. She's a former Instructor of English as a Second Language at the Berlitz Languages  School. She teaches Creative Writing workshops in poetry and nonfiction in New York, the Midwest, and the Carolinas.

Author. Adrienne's latest book (poetry), 12023 Woodmont Avenue, is now available from Willow Books/Aquarius Press. Her first book, How to be an Irresistible Woman (nonfiction) can be purchased here.