Christina Hyun is an award winning short story author and is currently writing her first suspense novel. The Graham Greene Birthplace Trust awarded her short story, "The Stool Pigeon", first place in the suspense category for short fiction. Christina had the honor of traveling to Berkhamstead, England to receive her award at the 2012 Graham Greene Festival.
Her short story, "The Odd Job", was first published in Bellowing Ark, and it also took second place in Mom Writer's Literary Magazine's short fiction contest. She workshopped the "The Odd Job" at Zoetrope's online writing community to which she is grateful for critique and support.
Christina has blogged at the Seattle PI newspaper since 2006 but is on hiatus from blogging to finish her novel.
Please connect with her to follow her progress.
A female State Security agent in the capital of North Korea gets the green light to betray her country's premier. The Graham Greene Birthplace Trust awarded "The Stool Pigeon" first place in the suspense category for short fiction at the 2012 Graham Greene Festival.
In "Cuckoo Funeral", a Korean-American teen knows her mother is the keeper of a secret, but she cannot pry it from her. In "Magique", a man wants his wife to partner with him in his greatest dream - to be a full-time magician - but she thinks magic is a stupid hobby. He gives her one last chance to support him. In "The Odd Job", an old man offers a vagrant woman a job scraping paint off his house.