Writing about the intersection of PEOPLE and PLACES
read my BOOKS and ESSAYS
My writing stems from ordinary life--raising children and teaching students--amidst the enormity of our uncertain times, especially our changing climate.
what people are SAYING
“In her stories about cob ovens, toxic tours, mountaintop removal, and eco-Shabbat prayer, Mallory McDuff gives voice to grassroots individuals and movements that address hard questions of race, poverty, hunger and economics in twenty-first century America. She challenges religious communities to be ‘partners for justice’ not mere ‘givers of charity.’ We should all take notice.”
Bill Leonard, Wake Forest University