Nadine Ellsworth-Moran recently moved to Georgia where she works in full-time ministry while pursuing her love of writing. She is fascinated by the stories unfolding all around her and seeks to bring everyone into conversation around a common table through her writing. She has degrees in Political Science, European Studies, Christian Education and Divinity.
Her essays and poems have appeared in Interpretation, The Presbyterian Outlook, Structo, Kakalak, and Saint Katherine Review, among others. She hopes to continue listening closely and writing about the shared experience of life in these times, with particular interest in the joys and struggles of coming to understand the history, identity, and culture of the modern South. She enjoys traveling near and far, but is often most content to just walk along the river near her home and observe the wonderful wildlife and natural beauty right at her back door.