Liz Charlotte Grant
Liz Charlotte Grant is an award-winning author and speaker, whose storytelling combines biology, psychology, Christian theology, art history, and memoir to invite readers to ask the toughest questions. 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 a Senior Editor at The Curator Magazine, where she writes and co-edits the ongoing column, "Last Things On Earth." Liz has published or has work forthcoming in the Huffington Post, Christianity Today, Hippocampus Magazine, Defenestration Magazine, Fathom Magazine, Mothers Always Write, The Other Journal, Dappled Things, The Curator Magazine, and many more. She lives outside of Denver, Colorado, where she lives her '70s dream life with her two elementary-schoolers and artist husband.
Awards and Recognition
- Third Place Winner of The Jacques Maritain Prize for Nonfiction from Dappled Things Magazine (2019)
- Residencies at the Collegeville Institute (2019, forthcoming 2021)