Books by Christie Hodgen

Christie Hodgen, a PhD student at the University of Missouri, lives in Columbia, Missouri. She won the 2001 AWP Award in fiction for A Jeweler's Eye for Flaw and the 2003 Pushcart Prize.


ELEGIES FOR THE BROKENHEARTED by Christie Hodgen
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 19, 2010

"The voice is remarkable, but there is too much padding of what is a rather slight story."
Hodgen (Hello, I Must Be Going, 2006, etc.) has structured this novel as a series of "elegies" that a young woman addresses to five major, if occasionally inadvertent influences in her life. Read full book review >
HELLO, I MUST BE GOING by Christie Hodgen
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 22, 2006

"There's no liftoff for a plotless novel heavy on stereotypes. "
Drab first novel, following the story collection A Jeweler's Eye for Flaw (2002). Read full book review >
A JEWELER’S EYE FOR FLAW by Christie Hodgen
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Dec. 1, 2002

"Fine stories and flexible prose promise greater things to come."
The winner of this year's Associated Writing Programs Award for short fiction is a hit on all counts. Read full book review >