Elizabeth Bourne’s short story, “A History of Cadmium” was published by Fantasy and Science Fiction Magazine in 2010. She has subsequently published short stories in Black Lantern in 2011, Her novelette, “Beasts” was published by Interzone in 2012, “What the Red Oaks Knew” in Fantasy and Science Fiction in 2013, and “One Flesh” was published in Clarkesworld in 2014. Her story “One Flesh” is in the anthology, Clarkesworld 7 published in 2015.
She is interested in exploring the ramifications of the many choices we make – every day, every minute we make decisions, often unthinking, that impact our lives and the lives of others in ways we can’t imagine. Currently she is working on a second world fantasy novel that explores this theme and asks the question: Is it better to be lucky or good?
Bourne is also working on a mystery novel set in 1920s prohibition-era San Francisco that deals withe the consequences of Holmes life during “the great hiatus,” as well as other short stories and poetry.
Originally a visual artist, Bourne chose to experiment with new technologies and has been a digital artist since the mid-seventies. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, and she is now returning to photography, an early love.