Elizabeth Browne is a writer based in San Francisco, California. She holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in creative writing from Emerson College in Boston.

Browne was most recently the winner of Easy Street Magazine’s first annual Portal Prize for Speculative Fiction for the short story “Family Mart.” She was a runner-up in the Fish Publishing Short Memoir Prize, judged by Carmen Bugan, for the essay “Kibun,” which appears in the Fish 2015 Anthology.

Her fiction and essays have also appeared in Unstuck, the Minnetonka Review, and Clare.

Browne is a former newspaper reporter and editor whose work appeared in business journals nationally. As a freelance writer and editor, Browne has worked with media outlets, publishing companies, literary magazines, and individuals.

She is currently at work on a historical novel set in San Francisco at the start of World War II.