June 4, 2016: Elizabeth won the Jon Whyte Memorial Essay Prize at the 2016 Alberta Literary Awards in Calgary, Alta., for her essay "O Brother Where Art Thou?" Read the essay HERE. Read the full list of winners HERE.
Jan. 6, 2016: Success! Elizabeth completed her one-dress-one-year experiment, Frock Around the Clock. Read about it here: Goodbye, Laverne
Nov. 15, 2015: Elizabeth has become the books columnist for Eighteen Bridges magazine. Check out the latest issue at eighteenbridges.com.
Sept. 10, 2015: Elizabeth with participate in Edmonton's Park(ing) Day 2015 on Sept. 18, 2015, with "Under Construction," a piece of yoga performance art.
Aug. 15, 2015: Elizabeth will moderate LitFest event La Femme Memoir Hour featuring authors Miji Campbell, Aspen Matis, and Ann Walmsley on Saturday Oct. 24 at 1 p.m. at Stanley A. Milner library.
June 25, 2015: Confirmed! Elizabeth will interview Giller Prize winner Sean Michaels about his novel Us Conductors at STARFest in St. Albert.
June 15, 2015: Elizabeth's personal essay, "Soft in the Middle," placed 3rd in Room Magazine's Creative Nonfiction Contest. Read it HERE.
May 14, 2015: Elizabeth spoke with CBC Radio 1's Edmonton AM about her dress project. Have a listen HERE.
May 12, 2015: Check out Elizabeth's interview with CTV about her dress project here: Frock Around the Clock on CTV
Feb. 20, 2015: Elizabeth will host a talk with 2013 Giller Prize winner Lynn Coady at the Stanley A. Milner Library on Wed. March 11 at 7pm. Free.
Feb. 10, 2015: Elizabeth has agreed to do the on-stage interview with The Sisters Brothers author Patrick DeWitt for the 2015 MacEwan Book of the Year's public talk. The event happens Tues Mar 17, 2015 at 7 p.m. in the Heart of the Robbins. Tickets info TBA.
Feb. 8, 2015: Elizabeth spoke with CBC Radio'd Daybreak Alberta about her 2015 dress project, Frock Around the Clock. Listen to the interview HERE.
Dec. 8, 2014: Elizabeth has been selected as the Edmonton Public Library's 2015 Writer in Residence.
Nov. 24, 2014: Elizabeth did an on-stage interview with acclaimed Irish author Colm Tóibín (Nora Webster, Brooklyn, The Testament of Mary, The Master) for the opening night of the University of Alberta's Festival of Ideas.