Clients (partial list): Norman Solomon for Congress, Debra Walker for Supervisor, The Marin Institute, Service Employees International Union, the Center for Investigative Reporting, Food First, Senior Action Network, Budget Justice Coalition, San Francisco League of Urban Gardeners, Richmond Neighborhood Housing Services, the Center for Food Safety, and other institutions and individual clients. Contact him for work samples and rates.
Christopher teaches journalism and writing at San Francisco State University and in workshops at the San Francisco Writers' Grotto. Most recently he has taught Magazine Writing at SF State, and Op-Ed Writing and Investigative Reporting workshops at the Grotto. He is also available for individual workshops and tutoring. He is also available for guest lectures at colleges.
Christopher speaks frequently at conferences and on college campuses, and has been interviewed on national, regional, and local radio and television shows across the country. Below is a selective listing of talks and interviews.
Recent speeches (partial list):
Media Appearances (sample list):
KRON-TV San Francisco interview, Sunday morning news program
KQED Forum interview with Michael Krasny
KPFA Radio, interview on Sunday Salon
KWMR Radio, interview on Pleasures in Taste
KGO Radio, interview on drive-time news program
Interview on Seattle NPR affiliate
KRCB-TV interview, Making the Connection
Journalism and environmental studies workshops, Oberlin College
This Week in Houston, KILT Radio, Houston, TX
PrimeTime Radio, AARP Radio, interview (syndicated nationally)
The Fred Anderle Show. WOSU Radio, NPR affiliate in Columbus, Ohio
Don't Talk with Your Mouth Full, Food & Wine Radio Network
CBS News Weekend Roundup, nationally syndicated radio interview
The Round Table, WAMC, syndicated to over 500 NPR stations
AM 920 Magazine, WBAA Radio, Indianapolis, NPR Affiliate
Readings and talks at numerous bookstores, including: Powell's (Portland), Elliott Bay (Seattle), Barnes & Noble, Cody's Books, Stacey's, Borders, A Clean Well Lighted Place for Books, and Modern Times (San Francisco).