Christopher Rice

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By the age of 30, Christopher Rice had published four New York Times bestselling thrillers, received a Lambda Literary Award and been declared one of People Magazine’s Sexiest Men Alive. In 2013, Gallery Books, a division of Simon & Schuster published The Heavens Rise, Christopher’s first work of supernatural suspense, which was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award. This October, 47North, an imprint of Amazon Publishing, will release his next supernatural thriller, The Vines.  Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment have optioned his screenplay adaptation of his mother Anne Rice’s famed vampire novel, The Tale of the Body Thief. This November, his first work of erotic romance, The Flame, will be published as part of the 1,001 DARK NIGHTS series, which features some of the most popular erotic romance novelists at work today. Christopher’s first novel, A Density of Souls, was published when he was just 22. He served as a contributing columnist to The Advocate for many years and his additional criticisms and witticisms have been featured in The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Salon.com and his own Facebook page, which currently hails over 100,000 subscribers. The Hetrick Martin Institute honored Rice with an Emery Award for his activism on behalf of LGBT youth, and the New York City Public Advocate’s Office invited him to be their keynote speaker during their annual Gay Pride celebration. The members of the InsightOut Book Club selected his novel Blind Fall as one of the best novels of 2008, and his noir thriller Light Before Day was hailed as a “book of the year” by mega-best selling thriller novelist (and Jack Reacher creator), Lee Child.  He recently served on the board of directors of the West Hollywood Library Fund, which was instrumental in securing private funds to build a brand new state-of-the-art library in the heart of the city he now calls home. Now that he’s not 22 anymore, Christopher thought it was time to fulfill his lifelong dream of having a radio show.

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