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Kimberly Mauck joined The Christian Chronicle as its reviews editor in July 2011.
Besides writing freelance stories for publications such as Oklahoma Today and Christian Woman, Mauck serves as an adjunct composition instructor at Southeastern Oklahoma State University.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism, with a minor in English, from the University of Oklahoma in 2004. She completed a master’s degree in education from Southeastern Oklahoma State in 2008.
As reviews editor, Mauck coordinates the Chronicle’s reviews of Christian books and writes articles about other media periodically. "Finding books and other media that are true, noble, pure, lovely and all those wonderful things is definitely a challenge, but I enjoy it." Her favorite books are "To Kill a Mockingbird," "The Hobbit," "Anna Karenina," "Northanger Abbey" and C.S. Lewis' "Mere Christianity."
Mauck and her husband, Jay, have three young daughters and are active members of the Northwest Church of Christ in Durant, Okla.
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