Elizabeth Copeland is a writer, theatre artist and arts educator who lives in Northeastern New Brunswick, Canada. She writes long and short works of fiction, poetry, plays and impassioned letters to the editor. Her works have been published or are forthcoming in: Circa: The Journal of Historical Fiction, Forge Journal, Bread ‘n Molasses, The Lorelei Signal, So to Speak and Aquille Relle. Her novella, JAZZ, will be published by Quattro Books in the fall of 2014, and her novel, TRAEH GNUL, won the 2014 Writer’s Federation of New Brunswick Y.A. fiction prize. She lives near Miramichi Bay in a little house in the woods with her composer husband, Glenn.