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Christa Conklin's YA fantasy novel TRANQUILITY released from Elk Lake Publishing March 2019. Her short story KAT, THE JAILER, AND JACK is published in THE CLARION CALL VOL. 4: FAIRYTALE RIOT. MOONTAIL is published in THE CLARION CALL VOL. 3: UNBOUND. She received the 2016 OCW Cascade Award for Unpublished Speculative Fiction.

She educates her two children at home and is a private instrumental instructor. She graduated from Rutgers University, studied in France, and received her Masters Degree from Monmouth University. She worked in the education departments of the New York Philharmonic and Young Audiences New Jersey. She once took first place in a solo women's kayak river race.

She lives in New Jersey with her family and mini goldendoodle who
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Tranquility

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“A steady, tiny stream of water trickles down. I'm always amazed by the insignificance of a river's beginning. Traveling upriver is like going back in time. I imagine being able to meet an adult and journey to his infancy. How much more we would understand each other.”
Christa Conklin, Unbound

“Fantasy is hardly an escape from reality. It's a way of understanding it.”
Lloyd Alexander

“A steady, tiny stream of water trickles down. I'm always amazed by the insignificance of a river's beginning. Traveling upriver is like going back in time. I imagine being able to meet an adult and journey to his infancy. How much more we would understand each other.”
Christa Conklin, Unbound

“My family can always tell when I'm well into a novel because the meals get very crummy.”
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