Glenda Faye Mathes writes across genres for all generations. Her fiction for adults and children (as Glenda Faye Mathes) and nonfiction (as Glenda Mathes) convey timeless truths through literary excellence. She regularly contributes to Christian Renewal, a magazine of distinctively Reformed faith and vision, as well as The Messenger, the newsletter of Mid-America Reformed Seminary. She blogs at Ascribelog and creates poetry when she’s not meeting deadlines.
She speaks for women’s groups or conferences and teaches writing seminars, including instruction to men or women within prison walls.
Glenda participates in online and physical writing communities. She takes an active role in the annual Iowa Sharpened Pencils retreat and the Des Moines Word Weavers group. She has attended Heart of America Christian Writers Network and Write to Publish conferences as well as the Glen West workshop, where she studied fiction writing under Larry Woiwode.
She is a scribe who strives to ascribe glory to God. Her literary writing touches hearts, engages minds, and inspires souls.