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Nancy Nordenson

About this author:

Nancy J. Nordenson is a nationally-recognized author and essayist. Her writing has appeared in Harvard Divinity Bulletin, Indiana Review, Comment, Under the Sun, Relief, and in other publications and anthologies, including The Spirit of Food: 34 Writers on Feasting and Fasting Toward God (Cascade) and Becoming: What Makes a Woman (University of Nebraska). Her work has also earned multiple "notable" recognitions in the Best American Essays and Best Spiritual Writing anthologies, and Pushcart Prize nominations. Her first book, Just Think: Nourish Your Mind to Feed Your Soul was published by Baker Books in 2004.

By day, Nancy earns her living as a freelance medical writer and has written for a variety of venues including continuing medical education programs, medical journals, reference books, web health sites, health apps, advisory groups, and national and international medical symposia. She is also an accredited medical technologist and has worked as a laboratory consultant and educator.

Nancy graduated from
North Park University in Chicago with a BA in biology and chemistry. In 2007, she earned an MFA in creative writing from Seattle Pacific University.

Nancy and her husband, Dave, live in Minneapolis and have two married sons.

More About Nancy

More information about Nancy's books, essays, and other writing can be found on her website,
nancynordenson.com. (Also, don't miss her personal blog.) Also, join in the conversation about Finding Livelihood at findinglivelihood.com.
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Nancy Nordenson

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