Elizabeth Evans

Author of six fiction novels, Elizabeth Evans, was born, raised and educated in Iowa, where her new novel As Good As Dead takes place.

She received a Master of Fine Arts at Cornell College and the University of Iowa.

She has received many awards and fellowships such as the Iowa Author Award, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship and more.

Evans now teaches as a professor for creative writing at the University of Arizona.

Elizabeth Evans’s website

Bibliography

As Good As Dead

Suicide’s Girlfriend: A Novella and Short Stories

Rowing in Eden

Carter Clay

The Blue Hour

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As Good As Dead" was featured on Books & Co. on May 28, 2015.

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