Bodies. Tiny Things. Peace. Theology. Yoga.
Ellie Roscher is the author of The Embodied Path, 12 Tiny Things, Play Like a Girl and How Coffee Saved My Life. Her writing also appears in The Baltimore Review, Inscape Magazine, Bookology Magazine and elsewhere.
Ellie hosts the Unlikely Conversations podcast and is a certified yoga instructor. She teaches writing at The Loft Literary Center and the Minnesota Writing Project. Through curious inquiry, commitment to the sacred ordinary and artistic collaboration, her work accompanies people to a more centered, whole, and embodied self.
Ellie holds an MFA in Writing from Sarah Lawrence College and an MA in Theology from Luther Seminary. She lives in Minneapolis with her spouse and sons.
- Kept Miniature in Size | Baltimore Review, Summer 2020 Flash Nonfiction Contest Winnter
- Uninhabited | Inscape, the literary journal of Washburn University, Spring 2020
- Compassion and Empathy in Peace-Making | Bookology Children’s Literature
- Brokenness and Belonging | The Upper Room Disciplines 2021: A book of daily devotions.
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