Christine has published seven collections of her poetry as well as a critically acclaimed novel, And then forever, and an art-history collaboration called Havera. Her other published works include poetry pamphlets, anthologies and commissioned works. She's also edited several publications.

Her most recent works include Singing the City - a collection of poems written as Makar for the City of Edinburgh (2014-2017), published in 2017 by The Saltire Society - and Dat Trickster Sun - a 35 page poetry pamphlet published by Mariscat Press in 2014. Her previous collection, North End of Eden, was published in 2010 by Luath Press, as was Parallel Worlds in 2005.

Besides these books, she now has four bi-lingual editions: Translator Jean-Paul Blot produced a bilingual (French-English) poetry selection of Christine's work called Mondes Parallèles, published in 2007 by éditions fédérop; in 2016, Trauben of Turin published an Italian bi-lingual edition of Dat Trickster Sun (Questo sole furfante) with translations by Francesca Romana Paci; in 2017 Dimma in Reykjavik published Heimferðir - Haemfarins, a compilation in Icelandic, with translations by Aðalsteinn Ásberg Sigurðsson; and Ura Forlag published a Norwegian collection, Glimt av opphav - Glims o origin with Norwegian versions by Odd Goksøyr.

She has also published several children's story books in Shetlandic and translations of children's classics.

Christine's first three poetry collections - Voes & Sounds, Wast Wi Da Valkyries and Plain Song - were published by The Shetland Library between 1996 and 2002.