Liz Charlotte Grant is an award-winning religious author, who believes in empathy for all. In 2020, she won third place in the Jacques Maritain Nonfiction Prize. She earned a B.A. in Literature and Creative Writing from Wheaton College, IL, and she is the publisher of The Curator Magazine. She's been awarded two writing residencies at the Collegeville Institute.

Liz has published or has work forthcoming in the Huffington Post, Christianity Today, the Christian Century, Hippocampus Magazine, Under the Gum Tree, Defenestration Magazine, Fathom Magazine, Mothers Always Write, The Other Journal, Dappled Things and many more.

She writes a weekly newsletter, the empathy list, which delivers curious reads and encourages her religious audience to extend empathy to everyone. She lives outside of Denver, Colorado, with her two elementary-schoolers and artist husband.

Other Works

  • "How to Respond to a Friend's Bad News" at Hippocampus Magazine (https://hippocampusmagazine.com/2020/01/how-to-respond-to-a-friends-bad-news-by-liz-charlotte-grant/)

  • "All Saints" at Ruminate Magazine Blog (https://www.ruminatemagazine.com/blogs/ruminate-blog/all-saints)

  • "How God's Glory Shines in Our Connectedness to Nature" at Christianity Today (https://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2020/june-web-only/how-gods-glory-shines-in-our-connectedness-to-nature.html)

  • "The Spectacular Defeat of Christo's 'Over the River' Project" at the Curator Magazine (https://www.curatormagazine.com/elizabeth-charlotte-grant/24517/)

  • "Befriending Mary Jane" at Fathom Magazine (https://www.fathommag.com/stories/befriending-mary-jane)


Awards and Recognition

  • Third Place Winner of The Jacques Maritain Prize for Nonfiction from Dappled Things Magazine (2019)
  • Residencies at the Collegeville Institute (2019 and 2021)