Christopher Bundy

Writing professor


  • B.A., Furman University
  • M.F.A., Emerson College
  • Ph.D., Georgia State University


Founded arts and literature journal, New South; forthcoming publication of first novel, Big in Japan

Awards, recognitions and honors

"Distinguished Mystery Story of 2009" in The Best American Mystery Stories 2010 for "For the Love of Mary Hooks" (Published in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, May 2009); The storySouth Million Writers Award: Notable Stories of 2008 for "Big in Japan"; winner, Atlanta Magazine Short Story Contest (2008) for "You Can Have it All"



Publications and Presentations

Recent publications include -


  • "Spatial Disorientation" Forthcoming in Glimmer Train (2012)
  • "50 Views of the Man Who Lives Across the Street, or Lime, Sand, and Water" DIAGRAM (Issue 10.6/December 2010)
  • "In which Sadie runs off to India to find out what the big deal is" Expecting Goodness and Other Stories, Hub City, Ed. Michael C. Curtis (January 2010)
  • "I Wanna Be Your Fan" Storyglossia (Issue 36 - October 2009)
  • "The Uncertainty Principle" (in collaboration w/ Davin Malasarn, et al.) Opium Magazine (October 2009)
  • "For the Love of Mary Hooks" Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine (May 2009)
  • "The Books of Austen and Bronte" Dots on a Map: Stories from Small Towns, Main Street Rag Publishing Company, Ed. Katey Schultz (May 2009)
  • "Soon Will Be the Breath of Day" XX Eccentric: Stories About the Eccentric Lives of Women, Main Street Rag Publishing Company, Ed. S. Craig Renfroe, Jr. (May 2009)
  • "You Can Have It All" Atlanta Magazine (December 2008)
  • "Earthrise" Smokelong Quarterly (Issue 23 - December 2008)
  • "Big in Japan: The Short Story" Thuglit (Issue 28 - Oct/Nov 2008)
  • "Danny Dove's Guide to Method Acting" Stars Fell, Hub City Writers Project, Eds. Jeremy Jones and Betsy Wakefield Teter (Fall 2008)
  • "Walking on the Moon" Glimmer Train Stories (Spring 2008)



  • "State of Wonder: Upon Listening Again to Glenn Gould's Interpretation of Bach's 'Prelude No. 1 in C Major'" Forthcoming in The Collagist, (Issue 21/April 2011)
  • "A Way Outta No Way: A Means to Literacy," Scribe (December 2010)
  • "On Revision" Glimmer Train Bulletin 46 (November 2010)



  • "You Can Have It All" New Voices Conference: Maps and Boundaries, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia (September 27, 2007)
  • "Publishing the ATL" 2007 AWP Conference (The Association of Writers and Writing Programs), Atlanta, Georgia (March 1, 2007)
  • "A Way Outta No Way: Ms. Rain Meet Paulo Freire - Using Sapphire's Push to Understand How Personal Experience and Community Can Be Used As a Means to Reengage Composition Students," New Voices Conference, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia (October 22, 2005)