ELIZABETH SMITH is a freelance writer, editor, and visual artist based in New York City and the high desert of California. Also a teacher for twenty years, she has long been interested in conveying the human endeavor at the heart of art, science, and invention. She is a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design and has received fellowships for her fiction writing, which explores the dynamic relationship of fact, legend, and popular culture.
OCT 2017 | Books
Ed Hamilton’s debut novel, Lords of the Schoolyard, is an unflinching depiction of bullying in suburban America. Though set in a southern town in the 1970s, the generic suburbia depicted in Lords of the Schoolyard could exist anywhere, at any time, in the U.S.A.
OCT 2015 | Critics Page
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