MA, Professional Writing and Editing
Carl McColman is the author of over a dozen books on a variety of inspirational topics. His titles include The Big Book of Christian Mysticism, Befriending Silence (winner of the 2017 "Georgia Author of the Year" award in inspirational non-fiction), and The Lion, the Mouse and the Dawn Treader: Spiritual Lessons from C.S. Lewis’ Narnia. His writing also appears on several major websites, including his blog which can be accessed through www.carlmccolman.net.
Writing has been a passion of Carl's since his youth. When his first book was published in 1997 his publisher instructed him to "start a website," which led to his work as a blogger becoming as important to his career as his books. Now active on several social media platforms as well as maintaining his blog, Carl also is a sought-after speaker on spirituality and personal growth, having appeared throughout the United States as well as in Europe.
He grew up in Hampton, Virginia, and received a Bachelor of Arts in English from James Madison University and a Master of Arts in Professional Writing and Editing from George Mason University. Carl moved to Atlanta in 1993 and has been teaching classes through Emory Continuing Education since 2003. He currently lives in Stone Mountain with his wife and several well-pampered cats.
James Madison University, BA in English
George Mason University, MA in Professional Writing and Editing
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