I am only an average man but, by George, I work harder at it than the average man. – Theodore Roosevelt
In college, overachiever Christopher McKittrick double-majored in Film and English because he loves to read, write, and watch movies. He must not have learned his lesson, because he later earned a Master’s degree in English. Since then Chris – who was born and raised on Long Island, New York and currently lives in Queens – has managed to make a living with three degrees that rank relatively low on the “earning potential” list.
When he’s not getting into trouble in New York City, you can either find him working with his students at St. John’s University or writing. He is a published author of fiction and non-fiction, a contributor to entertainment websites, and has spoken about literature, film, and comic books at various conferences across the country. Chris and his work have been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Newsday, USAToday.com, Time.com, RollingStone.com, and dozens of entertainment and news websites.
See a list of my publications here.
See my portfolio of my best work here.
Writer (November 2016 – Present)
Writer (July 2016 – Present)
Hollywood Movies Expert (November 2015 – Present)
Contributor (January 2014 – November 2015)
U.S. Editor (May 2015 – Present)
Contributing Writer (July 2013 – May 2015)
Contributing Writer (March 2013 – July 2015)
Assistant Editor (September 2012 – Present)
News Writer (September 2010 – August 2012)
Contributing Writer (June 2011 – Present)
Editorials (April 2012 – July 2012)
Moderator, “The Final Girls.” New York Comic-Con, October 8, 2015 (New York, NY)
“Drafting” the Funnies: How Popeye, Superman, Dick Tracy, Captain America and Friends Helped Save America
Hofstra University 1935: The Reality and the Promise Conference, April 7-9, 2011 (Hempstead, NY)
Ducks, Masks, Tanks, and Turtles: The Comic Book Adaptation 1978-2000
2010 Film & History Conference, November 13, 2010 (Milwaukee, WI)
From The Sketch Book to the Screen: Irving’s Rip Van Winkle on the Nineteenth-Century Stage
Boy (and Girl) Wonders: Frank Miller’s Conflicting Portrayals and Redefinition of the Superhero Sidekick
Midwest American Culture Association Conference, October 31, 2009 (Detroit, MI)