Wonderer. Wanderer. Poet-theologian. Passionate about storytelling. Passionate about words (and Oxford commas). An armchair cyclist when the Tour de France is going. Creative, mischievous, Anglophilic sense of humor. A cradle Episcopalian by virtue of the fact that the first book I remember my mother reading to me is The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe; St. Jack has been a large part of my unorthodox Christian formation.
My work has appeared on the University of Iowa’s Daily Palette, the Sermons That Work website, and most recently in the Anglican Theological Review’s Summer 2016 issue (“Fig’s Lesson”).
I have an MA in English, with a focus in medieval literature, from the University of Northern Iowa and an MA in Religion with a Theology concentration from the Seminary of the Southwest. Passionate about theology and literature. I love the liminal and numinous spaces in life. Look at the stars with me; look at life and love with me.