Kristine F. Anderson earned at Ph.D. in Communicative Arts from Georgia State University. She has worked as a freelance writer for national newspapers and magazines and taught high school English. She has also taught courses at Southern Polytechnic State University, now part of Kennesaw State University, and Shorter College.
Crooked Truth, published by Mercer University Press, is her debut novel. The manuscript received the Ferrol Sams Award for Fiction, and the book was nominated for the Willie Morris 2021 Southern Fiction Award. Kristine was also nominated for 2021 Georgia Writer of the Year, in the category of "Debut Novels."
She lives with her husband and a house full of books and magazines in the Atlanta area.