Christopher Chambers

Christopher Chambers is a Washington, D.C. native and a Professor of Media Studies at Georgetown University. He’s written the award-winning bestselling Angela Bivens novels from Random House Sympathy for the Devil and A Prayer for Deliverance; his short story “Leviathan” was nominated for a PEN/Malamud Award for short fiction. He co-edited the popular The Darker Mask with author Gary Phillips, published by Macmillan and featuring writers Walter Mosely, Lorenzo Carcaterra, Mat Johnson, Naomi Hirahara, Victor Lavalle, and award-winning artists like Shawn Martinbrough. He is the author of pulp novel Rocket Crockett and the Shanghai She Devil, and a contributor to Black Pulp I, and The Bronze Buckaroo Rides Again (where he penned the Foreword). He is a contributor to the bestselling and Anthony Award-winning political/pulp/speculative fiction anthology The Obama Inheritance, published by Three Rooms Press. His “new-noir” crime novel Scavenger has been starred by Publisher’s Weekly as “groundbreaking.”