Christina Zawadiwsky is a poet, video artist, television producer, writer and journalist who holds a degree in Fine Arts (painting and drawing).  She has received a National Endowment For The Arts grant, two Wisconsin Arts Board grants and The Co-Ordinating Council of Literary Magazines/General Electric Younger Writers Award.  Zawadiwsky received a Wisconsin Library Association Outstanding Achievement Award for her first major book of poetry, "The Hand On The Head Of Lazarus."  She won an Art Futures Award for two collections of videopoems, "I Began To Dream," and "What Will Be."  Zawadiwsky is the originator and producer of "Where The Waters Meet," a weekly television series that is a voice for artists of all genres in the media, which has won twenty local and two national awards.  She is an invited member of The Milwaukee Press Club, the oldest press club in North America.  She is currently working on a collection of short stories, "The Differences Of Men And Women, And How I Came To Ignore Them"; a novel about the internet called "Kiss Me In Cyberspace:  My Adventures In The Internet Chatrooms"; and a book of poems entitled "Crossing The Waters Of Sleep."