Individual Author Record
Name: Tom Montgomery FatePen Name: Tom Montgomery-Fate Genre: Non-Fiction Audience: Adult; Born: 1960 in Ames, Iowa
-- Website -- http://www.tommontgomeryfate.com
-- Tom Montgomery Fate on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=tom+montgomery+fate
Illinois ConnectionTom Montgomery Fate moved to the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago to go to grad school. Eight years later he moved to Oak Park and eight years after that he moved to Glen Ellyn, near where he teaches at the College of DuPage.
Biographical and Professional InformationTom Montgomery Fate is the author of five books of nonfiction, including ''Beyond the White Noise'', a collection of essays, ''Steady and Trembling'', a spiritual memoir, and ''Cabin Fever'', a nature memoir. His essays have appeared in ''The Chicago Tribune'', ''The Boston Globe'', ''The Baltimore Sun'', ''Orion'', ''Iowa Review'', ''Fourth Genre'', ''Riverteeth'', ''Sojourners'','' Christian Century'', and many other journals and anthologies; and they regularly air on National Public Radio and Chicago Public Radio. A graduate of the Nonfiction Writing Program at the University of Iowa, and of Chicago Theological Seminary, Montgomery Fate is currently a professor of English at College of DuPage, in suburban Chicago, where he also lives. He also owns/belongs to a communal farm in South West Michigan. His last two books, much of which is nature writing, deal with these two areas - Northeastern Illinois and Southwestern Michigan.
- Beyond the White Noise, Chalice Press , 1997Cabin Fever, Beacon Press, 2011Steady and Trembling, Chalice Press, 2005
Titles At Your Library
Cabin Fever: A Suburban Father's Search for the Wild
ISBN: 0807000981 Beacon Press. 2012
“If Tom Montgomery Fate has not found the secret formula for the deliberate, balanced life, he is a chief disciple of the search.”—Chicago Tribune
Steady & Trembling: Art, Faith, & Family in an Uncertain World
ISBN: 0827234651 Chalice Pr. 2005 Book by Montgomery-Fate, Tom
Beyond the White Noise: Mission in a Multicultural World
ISBN: 0827202237 Chalice Press. 1997 Drawing on his experiences as a missionary in the Philippines, the author shares insights on how we can replace the old neocolonial concept of mission with new co-mission.