What I’m Reading: Christina Dalcher

Christina Dalcher, author of Vox, shares three timeless books that she's revisited over and over again.

What I'm Reading: Christina Dalcher

What if women’s basic rights, like freedom of speech, were revoked? What if women could only speak 100 words per day and were not taught how to read or write? Christina Dalcher explores this frightening future in her dystopian debut, Vox.

In the video below, Christina shares three books that are her all-time favorites, and have been for a long time. From literary classics to a horror novel with great depth, these books are certainly worth a read (or two).

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Christina Dalcher earned her doctorate in theoretical linguistics from Georgetown University. She specializes in the phonetics of sound change in Italian and British dialects and has taught at several universities. Her short stories and flash fiction appear in more than one hundred journals worldwide. Recognition includes the Bath Flash Award short list, nominations for the Pushcart Prize, and multiple other awards