Margaret Renkl Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, New York Times

Margaret Renkl is an eminent American author, writer, and columnist presently serving for New York Times as an opinion columnist since 2017. Her weekly opinion columns focus on politics, nature, and culture.

Renkl is the author of Late Migrations: A Natural History of Love and Loss and Graceland, at Last: Notes on Hope and Heartache From the American South.

Margaret Renkl Age

Margaret Renkl was born in Andalusia, Alabama, United States in 1961. She is 61 years old.

Margaret Renkl Height

Renkl is a woman of average stature and stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 5 inches (Approx. 1.65 m).

Margaret Renkl Education

She attended the Univerisity of Auburn, where she was involved in running a literary magazine. Upon graduation, Renkl was accepted into a literature Ph.D. program at the University of Pennsylvania. But, she returned south after one semester and later earned a master’s degree from a graduate writing program at the University of South Carolina.

Margaret Renkl Family

Margaret was born and raised in Andalusia, Alabama by her loving parents. Her mother descended from peanut farmers while her supportive father served as an apartment complex developer. She has a stunning brother called Billy. Renkl belongs to the white ethnicity and holds an American nationality.

Margaret Renkl Husband

She is married to her loving husband called Haywood Moxley. Her husband serves as a writer and English teacher. Together, the duo shares three adult sons and lives in Nashville.

Margaret Renkl Salary

Margaret’s annual salary is $93,658 per year. This is according to New York Times anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.

Margaret Renkl Net Worth

Renkl has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.

Margaret Renkl Career

Her work started appearing in 2015 in The New York Times, with an essay focusing on caregiving for elderly relatives.

Renkl was later offered a weekly column, writing early pieces on the backyard drama of nesting birds. Margaret also wrote the way the 2016 United States presidential election played out in her local neighborhood.

She devoted fifteen years to writing poetry but eventually focused more on prose for Humanities Tennessee, an independent affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

While there, Margaret served as editor of Chapter 16, a daily web publication that documents the literary life of Tennessee. Additionally, her work has appeared in Literary Hub, The Southern Review, Guernica, Black Warrior Review, Shenandoah, and other publications.

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