As a public historian, writer, and speaker, Meredith Henne Baker's areas of interest include education, history, religion, the American South.... and any topic where they intersect! As a freelancer, she's penned pieces on parenting, nature, music, archives, and culture. She is an active member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) and the James River Writers. A secondary school teacher and former museum educator and elementary school administrator, she developed and edited history and literature-based curricula for the Open Sky Character Formation Project program for grades K-12, now used by over 30,000 teachers nationally.
A sampling of her published articles from the following journals, magazines, and blogs is available through the links below.
SCBWI Mid-Atlantic Highlighter
"Handle with Care:” Four key methods for writing responsible nonfiction
Library of Virginia Broadside Magazine
Washington Family Magazine
Alligators in the Lobby
Touchstone: A Journal of Mere Christianity
Grow Christians, a Forward Movement Blog
Regular Contributor on Faith Formation
Life on the James Magazine