Elizabeth is a Computer Engineer who wants to be a writer when she grows up. Her interests include poisons, art fraud, and convincing her mini schnauzer that squirrels in the yard do not constitute an emergency.
A fan of a well-told story in any genre, she especially enjoys mystery, urban fantasy and science fiction. Her first short story was published in The Whole She-Bang, an anthology produced by the Toronto chapter of Sisters in Crime. Not content with being a one-hit-wonder, she continues to hone her craft, enjoying the freedom to use adjectives, adverbs and pronouns, unlike when writing code, but still needs to practise not writing run-on sentences.
Elizabeth Hosang, “The Corner Suite”, The Killer Wore Cranberry: Room for Thirds, Untreed Reads, 2013
Elizabeth Hosang, “Virtual Crimes, Real Consequences”, Moon Shot: Murder and Mayhem on the Edge of Space, Untreed Reads, 2013
Elizabeth Hosang, “Big Brother”, The Whole She-Bang, Toronto Sisters In Crime, 2012
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