Blog Posts & Podcasts 2019-2020

"What I Really Think About Sensitivity Reading"
January 3, 2020

"I See Clearly Now"
March 9, 2020

"The Older I Get, The More I Like Passover"
April 6, 2020

Kings River Life
"Getting Along in the Pandemic"
April 29, 2020

"Crime Writers, Give Me Magic—And Don't Explain It Away"
May 4, 2020

"Where Does It Comes From?"
June 1, 2020

"Can You Help Me?"
June 29, 2020

"Adverbs: A Legitimate Aspect of Voice"
July 27, 2020

"The Joys of Writing Alone"
August 24, 2020

Career Authors
"How An Anthology Editor Weeds Submissions"
March 25, 2019

Trace Evidence, blog of Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
"There Are Killers Inside Me"
September 3, 2019

Femmes Fatales
"Why Only Women Authors in A Me Too Short Stories Anthology?"
September 6, 2019

Short Mystery Fiction Society Blog
"How to Make A Story: What to Put In, What to Take Out"
September 9, 2019

Jungle Red Writers
"The Girl Book Conspiracy"
September 14, 2019

Lois Winston's Killer Crafts & Crafty Killers
"Author Inspiration from Elizabeth Zelvin"
September 18, 2019

Lev Raphael's Writing Across Genres
How should women authors write about crimes against women?"
September 18, 2019

Short Mystery Fiction Society Blog
How A Mystery Novelist Writes Short Crime Fiction"
September 23, 2019

Art Taylor's First Two Pages
The First Two Pages of "Never Again" in Me Too Short Stories
October 8, 2019

In Me Too Anthology, A Different Kind of Protagonist Fights Back"
Moderate virtual panel with panelists Rona Bell, Eve Fisher, V.S. Kemanis, and Madeline McEwen.
October 11, 2019

Something Is Going to Happen, blog of Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine"
"Crimehampton: Myth and Reality"
October 16, 2019

Libby Fischer Hellmann's Second Sunday Crime, SoundCloud/ Authors on the Air
Interview on Internet radio podcast.
October 20, 2019

Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine Podcast Series
Liz reads her story, "A Work in Progress"
November 18, 2019

"Crimes Against Women Are Nothing New"
Moderate virtual panel with panelists Rona Bell, Ana Brazil, Diana Catt, Gin Gannon, Madeline McEwen, and Ann Rawson.
November 22, 2019

"The Me Too Effects of Status and Gender"
Moderate virtual panel with panelists Julia Buckley, C.C. Guthrie, Lynn Hesse, and V.S. Kemanis.
December 13, 2019