Through my early thirties, I worked as an actor, vocal coach and director with companies including Book-It Repertory Theatre, On the Boards and the Seattle Shakespeare Festival, as well as companies in Michigan, Montana, New Jersey and London, England. I trained as a classical actor and vocal coach at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, and studied history, literature and philosophy at University College, London.

I earned an MFA in Creative Writing at Antioch University-Los Angeles in 2001, and often teach at Richard Hugo House, a literary arts center in Seattle. I’ve been a visiting artist for the Anacortes, La Conner, Mount Vernon, Seattle and Sedro Woolley, Washington school districts, and for the Austin, Texas ArtSpark Festival. I’ve led workshops for Burning Word, Field’s End, Highline Community College, Poets in the Park, Puget Sound Writers Program and the Washington Center for the Book. I earn my living as a senior content strategist at Seattle Children’s Hospital, where I also provide journaling/poetry workshops for the staff.

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  1. Hi Elizabeth. I was surfing the net looking for submission opportunities to list on members’ page of our website and was delighted to recognise your name in the Crab Creek Review. All those zillions of American poets, and here’s one I’ve met!

    Hope you’re well and enjoying life. You’re obviously doing a great job on the poetry front.

    I’ve had a good year poetically (to make up for a bad year personally, but that’s another story), and have had a whole 8 poems published this year. No-one’s more surprised than me!

    Cheers, Laurice

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