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Elizabeth Howkins began to write after winning an essay contest at age ten. She has worked as a foreign language teacher, an antiques dealer and a bilingual counselors' assistant. Currently she is a literacy intern teacher and is working on several plays.
Ms. Howkins' short stories have appeared in Spout and Mobius in the US and Stand and Fire in the UK. Her poetry has appeared in The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror (Fourteenth Annual Collection) as well as Medicinal Purposes, Osiris, Dry Creek Review, River Oak Review, Penny Dreadful, Dark Regions, Frisson, Krax and Concrete Wolf. She was a finalist in the Atlanta Review International Poetry Competition and a semi-finalist in the New Millennium Writings Awards.
Winning Entry: The Devouring, Stalingrad
Contest Won: War Poetry Contest 2002, Finalist