Writers Read with Joy Jordan-Lake

Where Martin Chapel, in the seminary building

Ticket Deadline Friday October 26, 2012 (-1704 days ago)

Duration 2 hours

Dr. Jordan-Lake‘s first novel, Blue Hole Back Home: A Novel (David C. Cook, 2008), won the 2009 national Christy Award for first novel and was selected as the 2009 Common Book for Baylor University. Blue Hole Back Home is increasingly being chosen as classroom and summer reading at various public and private high schools, middle schools, colleges and universities. Dr. Jordan-Lake has also authored Grit and Grace: Portraits of a Woman’s Life (Wheaton Library Series, 2000), Whitewashing Uncle Tom’s Cabin: Nineteenth-Century Women Novelists Respond to Stowe (Vanderbilt University Press, 2005), and Why Jesus Makes Me Nervous: Ten Alarming Words of Faith (Paraclete Press, 2007). She holds a Ph.D. in English Literature from Tufts University and currently teaches part time at Belmont University in Tennessee.


Intended Audience General Public

Tags Intellectual Life, Arts

Contact Information

Name Language & Literature Dept

Phone # 540.432.4168