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Lecturing on the life and virtues of cicero at the greenville tech library, spring 2017.

Lecturing on the life and virtues of cicero at the greenville tech library, spring 2017.

Jordan M. Poss is a native of Rabun County, in the beautiful north Georgia mountains. In 2010 he graduated from Clemson University, where he studied Anglo-Saxon England and military history, with an MA in European History. He currently teaches Western Civ and American History at Piedmont Technical College in Greenwood, South Carolina.

He lives in upstate South Carolina with his wife—a Texas native—and two children.

No Snakes in Iceland, begun in 2007 and published in 2016, is his first published novel. He also wrote and published the historical novella The Last Day of Marcus Tullius Cicero in 2016 and the novel Dark Full of Enemies, a commando thriller set in occupied Norway during World War II, appeared just before Christmas 2017. His most recent historical novel is Griswoldville, a coming-of-age story set in Georgia during the American Civil War, which was published in September 2018.

He has appeared as a frequent guest on the Sectarian Review Podcast with Danny Anderson, discussing topics like conspiracy theories, Chick tracts, political correctness, and the John Birch Society, and has been co-presenting an ongoing special series on Roman political history on The City of Man Podcast with regular host Coyle Neal since 2016. 

For more about his writing, see the Books page or the Other Writing page. For answers to common questions, see Jordan's FAQ. To contact us, visit our Contact form.