Michael Andrew Ellis is a writer living and working in Utah. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a BA degree in English, and then from Utah Valley University with an AAS degree in Legal Studies, because he just does things backward like that sometimes. He has worked in retail, the legal field as a paralegal, and most consistently, in the legal-tech field as a template developer and a consultant. He is fluent in the Hmong language and also does translation work.
"I write literary fiction at the confluence of Mormonism, Hmong culture, and the human condition. This is my personal website and blog. Here I write about Mormon arts and letters, Hmong history and culture, classic and contemporary literature, existentialism, and my journey as a writer."