November 2021

Sincere thanks to author Sandra Nickel for inviting me to talk poetry and inspiration on her fabulous whatwason… blog!

Much gratitude to The Dirigible Balloon for inviting Elizabeth’s poems “Puppy Chase” and “Butter Ghost” aboard their delightful airship of children’s poetry!

Many thanks to The Poeming Pigeon for including Elizabeth’s poem “Bioluminescence” in their evocative, gorgeous anthology From Pandemic to Protest.

Elizabeth’s poetry chapbook How to Clean Your Eyes is now available from dancing girl press, and you can also email Elizabeth if you’d like a signed copy! 🎉🌿🎊

October 2021

Elizabeth’s poetry chapbook Little Victory is now available from Finishing Line Press, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and elsewhere! 🎉🦋🎊

A big thank you to the fabulous VCFA Wild Things Blog for this fun interview celebrating publication of Little Victory!

Please join Elizabeth and special guest poet Laura Reece Hogan on Sunday, October 24th @ 4-4:30PM PT for a Zoom reading to celebrate the fall releases of Little Victory and How to Clean Your Eyes. RSVP here.

September 2021

Many thanks to Claw & Blossom for giving Elizabeth’s poem “In Madison” a home among the exquisite pieces in their stunning new STRANGE issue, which has the world in it. Come by for a read!

July 2021

With gratitude to the editors of Black Bough Poetry, Elizabeth’s poem “Flower Moon” appears in their gorgeous new Freedom-Rapture anthology.

June 2021

You can now reserve your copy of Elizabeth’s chapbook Little Victory, now available for preorder from Finishing Line Press!🎉

Elizabeth’s poem “The House Knows” won third place in the California State Poetry Society’s May contest and will appear in upcoming CSPS publications.

May 2021

With many thanks to the Ventura County Poetry Project, Elizabeth’s poem “Winter Bees” won second place in their 2021 Defining Moments Contest. First published in The Timberline Review, “Winter Bees” will be included in Little Victory, coming in October. 🎉🐝

March 2021

Poetry news! Elizabeth’s chapbook Little Victory, a collection of poems about the planet, politics, and small things that spark big hope will release October 1st  from Finishing Line Press. Please stay tuned for preorder information coming in June! 🦋🎉

Elizabeth’s story “Worms in Danger” is now out in SPIDER magazine! So much gratitude to SPIDER’s editors for giving it such a beautiful home, and to illustrator Agnés Ernoult for bringing it to life with the absolutely delightful illustrations!

January 2021

Much gratitude to 100 word story for giving “A Tiger on the rue du Bac” a home on their evocative and entertaining site!

November 2020

Thank you to Kissing Dynamite for hosting “Bloom” as a baker’s dozen feature poem in their stunning November 2020 issue.

October 2020

Elizabeth’s story “Worms in Danger,” a humorous adventure starring a tiny worm with big dreams, has been scheduled to appear in the March 2021 issue of Spider!

July 2020

Many thanks to Minerva Rising Press for including “hot spring” among the gorgeous pieces in The Keeping Room.

May 2020

Gratitude to The Sunlight Press for hosting “Celestial Fixer” and “Early Flirts.”

With thanks to Hawk & Whippoorwill of Pen & Anvil Press, “West Coast Plover Power” appears in Poems for Plovers, a chapbook in their exquisite new animal series. Come enjoy the gorgeous praise songs for plovers, bats, cicadas, and salamanders here:

Poetry Reading at 2:00pm on February 1, 2020

Elizabeth will join contributing poets reading from the new anthology Solo Novo 7/8: Psalms of Cinder and Silt  in the Deane Chapel, Westmont College, Santa Barbara, CA. Please use the lower campus entrance off Cold Spring Road and park in Lot 15.  Get directions

Poetry Reading at 3:00pm on November 2, 2019

Elizabeth will join local poets at All Fall Down, a Climate Crisis Reading at Art City Gallery in Ventura, CA. Get directions

October 2019

With thanks to Solo Press, “Unsinkable Dogs” appears in Solo Novo 7/8: Psalms of Cinder & Silt, a new heartrending and heart-mending anthology of poems about surviving California wildfires.

Gratitude also to Poets Reading the News for hosting “What to Do After Climate Week.”


A brief interview with the Timberline Review.