Elizabeth Hopkinson is best known for historical fantasy, Silver Hand, and her many short stories and fairy tales, over 60 of which have appeared in magazines, anthologies and podcasts.
Elizabeth is from Bradford, West Yorkshire (UK), home of the Bronte sisters and the Cottingley Fairies. She loves the 18th century, Japan, mocha, and finding the magical in the ordinary.
Elizabeth's short fiction has won prizes including the James White Award, Jane Austen short story (runner-up) and Historic House short story (runner-up). Her work has been performed by Liars' League and at Ilkley Literature Festival Fringe. She is a regular member of Swanwick Writers' Summer School and has led a number of workshops there and elsewhere.
Her website is: elizabethhopkinson.uk