Christopher Stolle graduated from Indiana University with a degree in journalism and education in 1998.
After brief employment at an American newspaper in Germany, he returned to the United States to pursue a childhood passion: books.
As a freelance book editor, he has edited books by Pat Williams and Bob Mathias and edited books about Tom Landry and Hal Chase. Although he always seems to be writing his own fiction and nonfiction books, his current project is his first poetry book: \"Literary Hygiene: Therapy For Our Souls.\"
As passionate about music as he is poetry, he spends many hours listening to music, which is the underlying inspiration to all humanity.
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