Christopher E. Long

Christopher E. Long has extensive experience as a content producer. His editorials have been published in Vice Magazine, Jiu-Jitsu Times, Flaunt, Anthem, and Tee Times Magazine. He’s honed his craft of researching varieties of topics and then producing content tailored to a particular audience, including writing blogs, articles, product descriptions, and other information for use on websites. He’s well-versed in all aspects of video production, including scriptwriting, directing, editing, and sound design.


Christopher has also published numerous works of fiction. His debut young adult novel, HERO WORSHIP, published by Flux, was a 2014 Junior Library Guild Selection. MGM Studios is currently developing his comic book miniseries HIDING IN TIME as a television series. In addition, his short fiction has appeared in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, Thuglit, Crime Factory, and Inaccurate Realities.


He earned his Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt under the Mendes brothers and Tainan Dalpra.


Contact Christopher at chriselongwriter@gmail.com

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