Jeff Gundy has been publishing in Mennonite Life since he taught at Hesston College many years ago. Since 1984 he has been teaching English at Bluffton College. Publications include three books of poetry, Rhapsody with Dark Matter: Poems; Flatlands; and Inquiries: Poems; a genealogical narrative in voices, A Community of Memory: My Days with George and Clara, and to be released in March 2003, Scattering Point: The World in a Mennonite Eye, a creative nonfiction described as
part memoir, part family history, part meditation on history and the present—this last work hovers around the question of what it should mean to
live in the world but not of it.
- Prelude: All People? Or, An Anabaptist Anasermon for All Saints’ Day
- Mennonite/s Writing: Explorations and Exposition
- Postlude: Somewhere Near Defiance
- Commentary on Select Sayings of Abraham Nofziger by a Good-Sized Toad Discovered near the Adams Bridge over the Nearly Dry Little Riley Creek, Bluffton, Ohio, August 2006