Elizabeth works as a freelance writer and editor. She currently serves as Social Media Specialist for TreePeople, an urban sustainability nonprofit, maintaining their Facebook page, Twitter feed, and blog. Her essays and articles have appeared in numerous online and print publications, including The Toast, The Arts Paper, the Daily Nutmeg, and New Haven Magazine. She specializes in writing about art, climate change and sustainability, and literature.

She is also practiced at editing prose of all types, including academic essays, articles for general audiences, and short and long fiction. She has several years of experience teaching expository and creative writing at the university level and tutoring graduate students in academic writing. 

Elizabeth is available to collaborate on projects; to contribute to blogs, newspapers, and magazines; and to edit essays, theses, dissertations, and other documents. If you are interested in working with her, please get in touch.



"Coast Live Oak Falls Prey to Gophers" -- TreePeople Blog, 28 May 2014.

"1000th Tree Cared for in the Drought" -- TreePeople Blog, 26 May 2014.

"On Being Bored by a Particular Kind of Male Narrator" -- The Toast, 8 April 2014.

"Crash Course: Photo-documenting societal divisions laid bare by the economic collapse" -- New Haven Magazine, March/April 2014.

"Born of Baghdad bombing, exhibit trains focus on Iraq: Institute Library hosts al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here" -- The Arts Paper, March 2014 

"Notes from No Man's Land: American Essays, by Eula Biss" (Review) -- The Arts Paper, January/February 2014

"Body and Soul" -- The Daily Nutmeg, January 24 2014

"Collecting Calls" -- The Daily Nutmeg, October 11 2013