Greg Pennoyer has a passion for igniting public dialogue on the topic of spirituality and the human condition via art. As executive director of The Humanitas Group, Greg co-led the development of an art exhibition that probed the question of what it means to be human. As director of Faith in Canada 150, he orchestrated a nationwide ecumenical celebration of the diverse faith traditions that have undergirded public life that launched the Mitchell Prize. He has co-edited two books of reflection that explore the meaning of Christmas and Easter (and soon, Pentecost) via great works of and art and literature. Greg has served on the boards of the Henri Nouwen Society and Prison Fellowship International. Greg holds a MA in Public Policy and a BA in Pastoral Theology. He lives in Ontario, Canada.
Lisa Ann Cockrel has been curating conversations between writers and readers—in person, in print, online, and via multimedia—for more than 20 years. She was a producer for Prime Time America and served as an editor for Moody magazine, Christianity Today, Intl., Brazos Press, and Baker Academic. Most recently, she was the managing director of the Calvin Center for Faith & Writing where she directed the Festival of Faith & Writing, and also hosted and co-produced season one of Rewrite Radio, a podcast featuring recordings from the festival’s archives. Her own writing has been featured in publications including The Hedgehog Review, Books & Culture, and Christianity Today, and she's recently earned an MFA in creative nonfiction at Bennington College.
Sara Arrigoni graduated from Seattle Pacific University with a B.A. in English and a B.S. in exercise science. Sara began her association with Image as an intern in 2000 and maintained her relationship with Image since. Sara worked for 12 years in the health information industry and launched two small businesses, before ultimately returning to the Image team in 2017. She homeschools her four children and is also a portrait photographer.
Rebecca joined Image in March 2021 as the new society of patrons manager. Formerly she was the associate director of education at TADA! Youth Theatre in New York City. She also served as the operations manager for Gatemore Capital Management, a family office based in New York and London specializing in investment and asset management. Along with being an administrator, Rebecca is also an educator and artist. In the fall of 2019, her theatre piece The Poet’s Play was selected by Emerging Artists Theatre for a staged reading in their New Works Series. Rebecca lives in Fircrest, WA, loves to bake pies, and holds a MA in Educational Theatre from New York University.
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James K.A. Smith is professor of philosophy at Calvin College and prior to joining Image in 2018 was editor in chief of Comment magazine for six years. An award-winning author and speaker, his books include On the Road with St. Augustine, Who’s Afraid of Postmodernism?, Imagining the Kingdom, and You Are What You Love. He has written for the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Slate, First Things, Christianity Today, Books & Culture, and The Hedgehog Review.
Shane McCrae’s most recent books are The Gilded Auction Block (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2018) and In the Language of My Captor (Wesleyan University Press, 2017). He has received a Lannan Literary Award, a Whiting Writer’s Award, the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award, and a fellowship from the NEA. He teaches at Columbia University and lives in New York City.
Winner of the Flannery O’Connor, Carl Sandburg, and Janet Heidinger Kafka Awards, among others, and emeritus professor of English at Arizona State University, Melissa Pritchard has published ten books of fiction and appeared in journals and magazines including the Paris Review, Ecotone, A Public Space, Conjunctions, Gettysburg Review, Ploughshares, The Nation, Wilson Quarterly and O, The Oprah Magazine. She has received three Pushcart Prizes and two O. Henry Awards for her short fiction, as well as an NEA fellowship, Barnes and Noble Discover Great New Writers Award, and other awards and fellowships. As a teacher and journalist, she has traveled to Ethiopia, Ecuador, Afghanistan, Thailand, and India. Her most recent story collection, The Odditorium, most recent novel, Palmerino, and best-selling volume of essays, A Solemn Pleasure, were published by Bellevue Literary Press. With a fifth novel completed, she is at work on a fifth collection of short stories. She now lives in Columbus, Georgia, where she was the 2016 Carson McCullers Fellow.
Dr. Aaron Rosen is a curator, critic, and academic who has taught at Columbia, Yale, Oxford, and King’s College London. He is the author and editor of many books, including Art and Religion in the 21st Century and the children’s book Journey through Art, translated into seven languages.
Lauren F. Winner’s most recent book is The Dangers of Christian Practice: On Wayward Gifts, Characteristic Damage, and Sin (Yale). Her other books include Still: Notes on a Mid-Faith Crisis and Wearing God (both from HarperOne). She is associate professor of Christian spirituality at Duke Divinity School.
Gregory Wolfe founded Image in 1989 and edited it for thirty years. He was also the founding director of the Seattle Pacific University MFA program in creative writing. He currently edits a literary imprint, Slant Books, through Wipf & Stock Publishers. Wolfe’s writing has appeared in numerous publications, including the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, First Things, Commonweal, and America. In 2005 he was a judge for the National Book Awards. His books include Beauty Will Save the World, Intruding Upon the Timeless, and The Operation of Grace. www.gregorywolfe.com