Christopher Brian Langley hails from Orlando, Florida. He is currently a graduate student at the University of Southern California and a recent grad from the University of Central Florida. He has been writing since he was 13 years old after reading Anne Frank’s The Diary of a Young Girl in his eighth grade English class. Over the next ten years, Christopher indulged in many forms of narrative writing, such as novels, theater and screenplays. With a background in education, he wishes to promote reading and writing proficiency which allows an individual to learn as much as possible and also, express themselves freely and efficiently.
Some of Christopher's creative and writing influences are:
Anne Frank, Lorraine Hansberry, Cormac McCarthy, Harper Lee, Dorothy Allison, Martin McDonaugh, Mike “MR” Carey, J.K. Rowling, Harmony Korrine, Rod Serling, Steve Zaillian, Richard Pierce, August Wilson, Mark Boal, Aston Cooke, Linda Woolverton, Peter Morgan, David Koepp, John Ridley, Kenneth Longeran, Norman Lear, James Baldwin, Quentin Tarantino and, of course, William Shakespeare.
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