Christopher Klim is an American author.
Robert Gover compared Klim's work to John Steinbeck. Klim said, "[His novel Jesus Lives in Trenton] served as a litmus test, evoking people’s sense of God and religion by the title alone..." The review in The Book Reporter of his novel The Winners Circle, a satire about the meaning of wealth in America, said that the book "was sure to cinch Christopher Klim's place among the top humor novelists of the day."
From 2003 to 2015, Klim was the lead editor for restoring Eric Hoffer's work to print. Klim was also the editor in both restoring Robert Gover's work to print and editing Gover's final trio of books.
- Jesus Lives in Trenton (2002)
- Everything Burns (2003)
- The Winners Circle (2006)
- Idiot! (2009)
- True Surrealism: Stories (2011)
- The Eric Hoffer Book Award's website is here.
- Robert Gover, quoted on original hardcover (Creative Arts Books 2002) from article "Old Times, Modern Writers", December 2001 by Gover
- The Compulsive Reader interview with Christopher Klim Archived 2007-09-29 at the Wayback Machine. 2004
- Maggie Harding, untitled review of The Winners Circle, The Book Reporter, September 13, 2005.
- Library Juice interviews Christopher Klim on the Eric Hoffer Book Award, 2007.