A teacher, published writer and single mom of two boys,
Ginger Moran’s areas of expertise are in fiction and
creative nonfiction, editing, coaching, and creative survival.
She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Houston in Literature
and Creative Writing and Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in
English from the University of Virginia. She studied with
Donald Barthelme, Phillip Lopate, Rosellen Brown, Jim
and Mary Robison, John Casey, and Ann Beattie.
She has published in Salon.com, Oxford American,
Literary Mama, The Virginia Quarterly Review,
Feminist Studies and other journals.
THE ALGEBRA OF SNOW was nominated for a
Pushcart Editor’s Choice Award. She has written
three novels, a collection of essays about her years
as a single working mom, and a nonfiction book on
custody. She taught at Spring Hill College and Fisk
University and currently edits the University of Virginia
Women’s Center magazine, Iris, and serves as the associate director.