Emily Enger is a writer
A lover of words and stories and introspective emotions,
she blends personal anecdote and poignant perspectives
into everything she writes.
Emily’s work has been published in print and online magazines for over ten years. She specializes in essays and creative nonfiction, but her portfolio also includes news articles, features and book reviews. You can find her byline in major online publications, national business blogs and Minnesota-based print magazines. Her creative writing has earned several honors, including exclusive spots in Lore Ferguson Wilbert’s inaugural mentorship program and the GoodLit writers retreat sponsored by Wedgwood.
I Did Not Teach My Son How to Laugh
The View From the Ball Turret
The Necessity of a Good Trademark
Traditions & Memories
Emily is currently working on her debut novel, a historical fiction story set in the Minnesota wilderness in 1882.