Elizabeth Hopkinson

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Elizabeth Hopkinson is a fantasy fiction writer with a deep interest in history and fairy tale. She has had over 80 short stories published, and won a number of prizes, including the James White Award 2005, and a runner-up prize in the Jane Austen Short Story Award, which won her story "The Delaford Ladies' Detective Agency" publication in the acclaimed Dancing with Mr Darcy, edited by Sarah Waters. Her solo books include historical fantasy Silver Hands (inspired by the fairy tale "The Handless Maiden" and set in the Golden Age of Sail) and Tales from the Hidden Grove/Tiny Tales from the Hidden Grove, two collections of previously-published short stories. Elizabeth studied English Language and Literature at the University of Leeds, graduating in 1995. Since then, she has spoken twice at the university's Careers Expo, on the Writing and Publishing panel. She has delivered several talks and workshops at Swanwick Writers' Summer School, and has appeared twice at Ilkley Literature Festival Fringe.

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Entertainment The Forgotten & the Fantastical: Reimagining Fairy Tales
Elizabeth Hopkinson Tagged: Fiction | Fairy Tales | Story Telling | Writing
Yorkshire & Humber
Entertainment Tales from the Hidden Grove
Elizabeth Hopkinson Tagged: Books Writing | Fairy Tales | Fiction | Story Telling
Yorkshire & Humber