Elizabeth King Humphrey earned her bachelor’s from Columbia University, a master’s in creative writing from the University of North Carolina Wilmington, and an editing certificate from The University of Chicago.
Her writing has appeared in The Writer, Scientific American Mind, AOL.com, WomenOnWriting.com, Greater Wilmington Business Journal, UNCW Magazine, and the Wilmington StarNews. Her book credits include an upcoming guide to eating gluten free, The Feminist Movement Today, part of the Finding a Voice series, and Reader’s Digest Know It All, as a contributor.
She has edited books for Amazon’s CreateSpace, UNC Wilmington’s Lookout Books, and several talented self-published authors.
She also teaches online copyediting courses for the University of California San Diego Extension.
Elizabeth is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors and has been involved with the local group of the North Carolina Writers’ Network. Before moving to North Carolina, the Denver native lived in Prague, London, and Johannesburg. She enjoys coaching writers, trolling bookstores, as well as reading and reviewing books for the San Fransisco Book Review.
Elizabeth’s book Idiot’s Guide to Gluten-Free Eating will be hitting bookstores in January. Please check it out and let me know what you think!
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