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Announcing 5.2 Creative Nonfiction Authors

Ian David Philpot

Gayle L. Boss "Sitting with the Rabbit"

Gayle Boss is a freelance writer in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where she and her husband also raise two sons.

Grace Campbell "Aftershocks"

Grace Campbell is from Grand Rapids, Michigan, but is also a student at Cedarville University in Ohio where she is studying Technical and Professional Communication. She enjoys running cross country and track at Cedarville as well as working at the Cedarville University Writing Center. After graduation Grace would like to be an editor and run marathons.

Jean Hoefling "Remission"

Jean Hoefling is the author of two books on Eastern Orthodox Christianity (Regina Orthodox Press), and several articles on the humorous side of living cross-culturally. She is co-owner of J&J Copywriters, works as a freelance copyeditor, and is currently writing a book on suffering. She lives with her husband, Tim, in Louisville, Colorado, and enjoys hiking and church stuff.

Heidi Gabrielle Nobles "Watching Songs"

Heidi Gabrielle Nobles earned her M.A. at Baylor University and her M.F.A. at the University of South Carolina. Her creative writing has appeared in Relief, Welter, and Aenonfire; she also writes for the National Association of Military Families and blogs for Abilene Christian University, where she currently teaches. She is looking for a publisher for her first book, Confiding History, about U.S. military children growing up around the world.

Chely Roach "Drowning the Albatross”

Chely Roach is a lifelong St. Louisan, along with her husband and their preschool-aged twin daughters. Together, they have owned and operated their own business since 1993, though the kids aren’t much help yet. Not long after enlisting into Baby Boot Camp, she rekindled her love of written words, all while acquiring honorary Masters Degrees in tandem nursing and sleep deprivation. On the rare occasion that she is conscious, coherent and captures a moment of peace, she loves to read grown-up books, cook all things delicious (while ignoring the dishes), and write stuff. This is Chely’s first print publication.

Heather M. Surls "The Door of Hope"

Heather recently returned to the States after living in Israel for two years. She now lives in Illinois, in an apartment complex housing refugees and immigrants from more than a dozen people groups. There she reads voraciously, takes frequently walks around the nearby pond, and strives to love God, her husband, and her neighbors.