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Bark of the Bog Owl both enchants and entertains. . . . Lovely descriptions and a distinctive voice keep the pages turning."



Jonathan Rogers

Jonathan Rogers doesn’t remember one thing about the day he was born. He has been given to believe, however, that it happened in Warner Robins, Georgia. He received an undergraduate degree from Furman University and holds a PhD in seventeenth-century English literature from Vanderbilt University. Jonathan is also a lifelong devotee of the vernacular storytelling traditions of the American South, which give shape to his fiction. He is the author of the popular Wilderking Trilogy, now available in 20th Anniversary hardcover editions. Jonathan’s other books include The Charlatan’s Boy, Saint Patrick, The World According to Narnia, and The Terrible Speed of Mercy: A Spiritual Biography of Flannery O’Connor. When he is not writing his own stories, Jonathan is shepherding the stories of others as the host of The Habit—a podcast and an online hub for writers at Jonathan Rogers has spent most of his adult life in Nashville, Tennessee, where he and his wife Lou Alice have raised a houseful of robustious children.


Aside from being an accomplished author, Jonathan Rogers is also an experienced speaker and writing teacher. If you’ve enjoyed Jonathan’s Wilderking Trilogy or one of his many other books, you can ask Jonathan to speak or attend an author signing.


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