About

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 a runner-up in the Fish Publishing Short Memoir Prize, judged by Carmen Bugan, and her essay “Kibun” appears in the Fish 2015 Anthology. Her fiction and essays have also appeared in Unstuck, the Minnetonka Review, and Clare. She has been a finalist in Glimmer Train‘s Short Story Award for New Writers contest and the William Allen Creative Nonfiction Contest held by The Journal (Ohio State University). One of her essays appears in the anthology Gardening at a Deeper Level, published by Garden House Press in 2004.

Browne is a former newspaper reporter and editor whose work appeared in business journals nationally. Special sections she oversaw as a senior editor at the San Francisco Business Times won state and national awards. As a freelance writer and editor, Browne has worked with media outlets, publishing companies, literary magazines, and individuals.