Christine Bartsch is a freelance writer and editor based in Phoenix, Arizona. She's written and edited online content, scripts, marketing copy, manuscripts and academic assessment materials for a number of well-respected publications, production companies and publishers. These companies include Warner Bros., USA Today, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Hyde Park Entertainment, Bunim/Murray Productions, Nickelodeon Virtual Worlds Group, Prestwick Press, Telepictures,Houzz.com, Demand Studios and SmallTown Productions.
Christine's journalistic claim to fame came when she scooped the Associated Press by discovering the truth behind Octomom's in vitro secrets before the rest of the world for the Telepictures website, momlogic.com.
Her Screenplays have placed in well-known screenwriting competitions such as L.A. Comedy Shorts (2010), NYC Midnight (2010), the Austin Film Festival (2006), Francis Ford Coppola's American Zoetrope (2004), and Project Greenlight (2003).
As an online content developer for high traffic websites, she specializes in areas including interior design, party planning, education, family and travel. Christine's work has been published at a variety of websites, such as USA Today, Houzz.com, eHow.com, SheKnows.com, Travels.com, Yahoo.com, ExtraTV.com and TyraShow.com.
As a freelance story editor for MyStoryInc.com, Christine gained experience in developing powerful online video content. She polished her craft working in Post-Production for Bunim/Murray Productions in 2010.
Christine received her BFA from Wisconsin Lutheran College in 2000, majoring in both Psychology and Communications. She earned her MFA in Creative Writing in 2010 at Spalding University where she studied the dual genres of Screenwriting and Writing for Children. During the low residency program, Christine completed drafts of five screenplays, served as a Student Editor for The Louisville Review and devoted two semesters to completing her Young Adult fantasy novel.
Professional affiliations include: International Screenwriters Association and Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.