Christopher Frizzelle

Christopher Frizzelle has been a writer and editor of The Stranger since 2003. He was the editor-in-chief from 2007 to 2016, and edited the story by Eli Sanders that won a 2012 Pulitzer Prize. He has written features about journalistic fabricators, killer whales, psychedelic mushrooms, a neighbor's suicide, Miranda July's fiction, Heather McHugh's poetry, and the secret history of Club Z, among other topics. He is one of the authors of The Stranger's guide to life, How to Be a Person. He curates cabarets in rock clubs with writers and artists and is the inventor of the silent-reading party.

Recent Articles by Christopher Frizzelle

Let's Fight About Those Fancy New Movie Theater Seats

Seeing Phantom of the Opera Followed by an Actual Opera

Boring Report: New Machines on the Scene

The Best of Sean Nelson's Writing in The Stranger

There's a New Gay Bar on Union Called Union

It's the End of Mount Rainier as I Know It

Bisexual Men Find Ben Carson Sexier than Gay Men Do

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