C. Taylor-Butler (Christine Taylor-Butler), an MIT trained Civil Engineer, is the author of more than 70 books for children, including Sacred Mountain: Everest. She has won the Best Children’s Book of the Year Award and a host of other awards. Her short stories and essays have appeared in magazines and journals including the Horn Book Review, and Scholastic’s Read and Rise Literacy Guide for Parents, to name a few. In addition to her writing activities, she chairs MIT’s Regional Educational Council and serves on the Missouri Judicial Performance Committee. When not conducting various science experiments for many of her books: how to make solid objects float when they shouldn’t, creating invisible force fields with magnets, and making electricity from fruits and vegetables (bringing the love of science to classrooms everywhere), the author has traveled to remote places, such as the Tongas National Forest in Alaska, to scout unusual locations for her debut science fiction/adventure novel, The Lost Tribes. She lives in Missouri where she is responsible for the care and feeding of a spouse, college kids, cats, fish and a very needy 104-year-old historic house.
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Author Christine Taylor-Butler will be at the World Science Fiction Convention.
Author Christine Taylor-Butler will present at a virtual workshop session titled “Scrivener for Beginners” hosted by Cascade Writers to support writers as they craft their first draft ahead of NaNoWriMo. The session will run about 75 minutes. All times are Pacific Time Zone. The registration fee is $60 for one session or $100 for both. Click here to register. Scholarship information is here.
The 2021 Nebula Conference Online takes place virtually again this year aboard the Airship Nebula! As always, we are focused on content relevant to professionals in the speculative genre. Attendees will have access to 2021’s live and recorded content on career management and professional development, as well as expert knowledge panels, weekly writing dates, a year-round reading series, live workshops, Q&A sessions, and more.
The Unbound Book Festival aims to bring nationally and internationally recognized authors of world-class renown to Columbia, Missouri, to talk about their books, their work, and their lives. Their mission is to bring together readers and writers to create diverse communities, and to expose participants to new ideas and authors in order to inspire a life-long love of books and reading.
Mike Zipser of Fast Forward talks with Christine Taylor-Butler about“The Lost Tribes” and the wide variety of books she’s written.
Our editorial assistant Julia interviews Christine Taylor-Butler about the role science plays in her series “The Lost Tribes.”