Christine Cutler

Member Since:
Jan 2016

I couldn’t decide what I wanted to be when I grew up. After graduating from Walsh University, I taught Spanish, English, drama, and journalism before eventually realizing what I really wanted to do was write. An editor at CNN told me I was a good writer but that he couldn't hire me because I had no experience, so I started writing, editing and doing public relations for clients that included Nevada Power, US Home and the Clark County (NV) School District. A few years ago, I decided I needed another degree and earned an MFA in creative writing from Murray State University (KY). When Mike retired, we headed back to Las Vegas, and I founded The Las Vegas Memoir Project. I currently teach others to tell their stories. In addition, I am managing editor of BLVDS Magazine. Recommended for an 2014-15 Fulbright Fellowship by the CIES peer review panels, I am a member of IFWTJA, NATJA, Association of Writers Programs (AWP), The National Association of Memoir Writers (NAMW), and The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. When I come up for air, I drag my husband to Italy so I can do research for a book I'm writing about my Italian grandmother’s journey and legacy. 

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Published Articles (8)

Wine All You Want


An interview with Master Sommelier Will Costello

Fusing Flavors


An interview with Chef Sam Marvin

Expand Your Tastebuds


There are thousands of restaurants in Las Vegas, and it’s worth looking into different places for dining out.

HERE FOR GOOD… FOOD THAT IS


Of the thousands of restaurants in Las Vegas, only a few have stood the test of time.

HERE FOR GOOD… FOOD THAT IS


There are thousands of restaurants in Las Vegas. These are the ones that have stood the test of time.

TABLE FOR TWO AND FOUR ON THE FLOOR


More and more Las Vegas restaurants are allowing four-legged diners.

Getting to Know You


A social experiment in Bologna, Italy, is expanding all over the world.

The Art of Dining


I asked BLVDS writers to share their favorite places to eat, and we came up with a number of known and unknown Las Vegas restaurants.