Christina Lundberg is a writing instructor/tutor/coach/mentor, poet, and essayist who lives in the Chicagoland suburbs. Her poems have appeared in the Naropa Summer Writing Program journal Guilty as Charged, the Naperville Writers Group publication Rivulets, and the journal dedicated to all things farmer with a literary and educational slant Farmer-ish. Recently, she co-authored an academic essay on emotional intelligence (EI) that is in the latest edition of WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship. She works as a writing instructor and coordinator for the Walden University Writing Center and teaches composition and creative writing courses at College of DuPage. Upon being awarded an M.F.A. in Creative Writing in 2007, Christina embarked on a writing and teaching career and never looked back. Writing, teaching, and supporting both students and educators to move the needle forward in their work truly serve as her guiding light.
Christina started her business, My Page Break, because she saw a need for writing students and writing educators to be better supported. Christina believes that having a healthy writing practice increases quality of life, and she believes in providing a positive and uplifting psychologically safe environment where writers can be their most truest selves and create their most significant work.
You will often find her enjoying nature walks and good books with her husband and 10 year old son, and she may or may not always have a delicious espresso drink in hand.