Elizabeth Mosier logged 1,000 volunteer hours processing colonial-era artifacts at Philadelphia’s Independence National Historical Park Archeology Laboratory to write Excavating Memory: Archaeology and Home (New Rivers Press, 2019). A graduate of Bryn Mawr College and the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College, her nonfiction has been selected as notable in Best American Essays and has appeared most recently in Cleaver, Creative Nonfiction, and The Philadelphia Inquirer. She writes the “Intersections” column for the Bryn Mawr Alumnae Bulletin.

Other Works

  • The Playgroup (Gemma Media)

  • My Life As a Girl (Random House)


Awards and Recognition

  • Residency fellowship, Yaddo.
  • Discipline Winner in Fiction, Pew Fellowships in the Arts
  • Fiction Fellowship, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts
  • Residency fellowship, Millay Colony for the Arts
  • Writer’s Grant, Vermont Studio Center
  • Artist fellowship, Religion, Spirituality & the Arts, Butler University