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Christopher T Werkman

Christopher T. Werkman completed a thirty year career as a high school art teacher in 2000. He still paints, but he has been writing fiction furiously ever since. His short stories have appeared in numerous literary magazines and anthologies, and his first novel, Difficult Lies, was released September 1st  2015 by Rogue Phoenix Press. He lives on a few acres outside Haskins, Ohio, with his partner Karen and too many cats. Werkman plays golf in the summer, indoor tennis all winter, and rides his motorcycle whenever there is sufficient traction.

Werkman’s publishing credits are, in literary journals: Lynx Eye, Quality Fiction, Word Catalyst Magazine, 50 to 1, Litro: Stories That Transport You, Journal of Microliterature, 5923 Quarterly, Specter Magazine, Edge volume 7, Cigale Literary, Epiphany, infective INk, and in The Literary Nest; and in anthologies: Hannibal’s Manor, Short Sips--Coffee House Flash Fiction, Daily Flash: 366 Days of Flash Fiction, Penduline Press’ Seven Deadly Sins Anthology and Main Street Rag’s Voices From the Porch. His novel, Difficul Lies, is available in paper or Ebook formats at roguephoenixpress.com, and at Amazon’s and Barnes & Noble’s websites. His short story collection, Girlfriending, will be published by Rogue Phoenix in August, 2017.

Current Releases
A detective known for bold courage on the job deals with mental and physical abuse by his trophy wife. A woman strives to overcome the PTSD she brought from battlefields in Iraq so she can become a loving partner. In the title story, a socially dysfu...
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Girlfriending
Is Allan Vickery alive, or is he dead? After a blow to the head from a golf ball, Vic isn’t certain himself. As it turns out, he’s comatose and the things he learns while unconscious are life-changing when he reawakens. But for a man in m...
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Difficult Lies

A Peek Into the Life of Christopher T Werkman

Cover of my novel, Difficult Lies

Cover of my novel, Difficult Lies
My Ninja and me.

My Ninja and me.
Karen and me.

Karen and me.


Visit Christopher T Werkman's website: chriswerk.com




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