Annie Nardone

Annie Nardone, High School Master Teacher for Western Civilization and CultureClassroom Teacher

MA, Houston Baptist University
BS, University of Wisconsin - Stout

Annie Nardone is an author, educator, and bibliophile who holds a bachelor's degree in Graphic Design and master's degree in Cultural Apologetics from Houston Baptist University. She is also a Fellow with the C.S. Lewis Institute and on the Founder's Council for The Society for Women of Letters.

Annie is a founding board member, editor, and contributor for the apologetics quarterly, An Unexpected Journal. She is also the managing editor and author of several columns for the online Christian magazine, Cultivating. Annie collaborated on three books for Square Halo Books focusing on the arts and apologetics. In addition, she researched and authored a historical cookbook, which features authentic recipes from 64 A.D. - 1450 A.D

Annie has taught arts and humanities courses for over twenty-five years. She works to reintegrate the arts and humanities with the Christian imagination. Inspired by Exodus 31:1-5, she believes that we are gifted by God to create goodness, truth, and beauty, and tries to impart this reality through her teaching in the humanities. She strives to help her students see holiness in everyday life. 

Annie resides in Florida with her family and six cats. In her free time, she enjoys medieval literature and the writings of the Inklings, poetry, museums, collecting antiquarian books, and adventuring along the roads less traveled.