HEMINGWAY, Eliza




Hemingway has written and produced plays, written for newspapers, acted in theatre; designed costumes and sets, read for CBC radio and acted in movies. She is also a fabric artist. She has mounted 14 cultural events, including the Chemainus Literary Festival with featured speaker Dan Poynter in 2003. She has served on the board of the Greater Victoria Art Gallery and was the founder/president of The Vancouver Island contemporary Arts Society.

EMPLOYMENT OTHER THAN WRITING: Artist

AWARDS: Honorary Citizen of Victoria. Reading Tour of England. Winner of Carillon Magazine short story competition 2002

BOOKS:

How the Lion Swallowed the Moon. (Arts Angels Publishing 2003) Literary fiction-short stories
The Butcher's Dog (Arts Angels Publishing 2002) Literary Fiction
Overboard (Maggie Dove Publishing 1999) Poetry
Patience and the White Knight (Maggie Dove Publishing 1986) Medieval Anachronism.
Maizy's Scarf. (Sono Nis Press, 1979) Autobiographical

[BCBW 2004]