Liz writes strange, poignant and sometimes silly prose and comics. Her work has been published in a range of journals and anthologies including The Pedestal Magazine, Meanjin and Daily Science Fiction. In 2011 stories by Liz will appear in Coer Du Lion’s Anywhere But Earth anthology, Strange Horizons and on the stage as part of Pulp Diction. When she isn’t writing about alien intelligences and strange near futures she’s a freelance writer and artists’ model.
Her previous incarnations include circus manager, refuge worker, union organizer and research officer for the Order of Australia Awards. She's a lapsed firetwirler, has accidentally started a revolution or two and appeared naked in The Canberra Times to support the Parisian Life Models strike of 2008. As a chick with a guitar and performance poet she’s performed at a few venues in Australia and one tiny but friendly venue in America.
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