Christine Beatty, August 2011
Christine Beatty's Writing

Christine Beatty is a published author, screenwriter and journalist. From 1991 to 2002 she was on the masthead of Spectator magazine as a regular contributor, covering political, sexuality and gender issues in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. Her articles have also appeared in Bay Area Reporter, Tapestry, San Francisco Bay Times and many other publications in the USA and the United Kingdom.

Christine is currently marketing HOMEGIRL, an audacious, wrenching novel of two women enmeshed in sexwork and addiction, brought together by calamitous fate with a one-shot opportunity to rescue each other. In Hollywoodspeak, it is A Star is Born meets Butterfield 8.

Her previous book, NOT YOUR AVERAGE AMERICAN GIRL, is Christine's riveting memoir. With an honesty both brutal and wry, it peels back the surface of her transformation from hippie to soldier to husband to transsexual junkie prostitute. A search for identity and a headlong flight from implacable reality, from deep in the abyss to her astonishing rebirth.

In early 2011 she released an expanded edition of her collection of unflinching stories and poetry, MISERY LOVES COMPANY. Its twenty-nine works are semi-autobiographical cautionary tales and chronicles of a twilight world full of grace and disgrace.




WRITING PAGES TABLE OF CONTENTS

Freelance Journalism
Articles from 1991 up to present published in Spectator and other periodicals
Advice Column
"Ask Trixie" advice column in 1000 Punks San Francisco/Los Angeles music 'zine


Short Stories
small sample of short stories, published and unpublished
BOOKS
Link to GLAMAZON PRESS and Christine's published books in print
Transgender Articles
Articles printed in transgender periodicals from 1994 through present


Literary Journey
Christine's life path to writing, from diarist to journalist
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