Colum McCann called “Heft” a “suspenseful, restorative novel from one of our fine young voices.” Roddy Doyle called “The Words of Every Song” a “remarkable novel, elegant, wise, and beautifully constructed.”
Her work has also appeared in Narrative and the Tottenville Review.
Liz is also a musician, and her album “Backyards” is available on iTunes and can be heard here.
Liz earned her MFA in fiction from Hunter College. She has taught creative writing at Hunter College and the University of Pennsylvania. She is currently an assistant professor of writing at Holy Family University in Philadelphia, where she lives.
Visit her online at www.lizmoore.net.