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Ellie Stephens
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Thanks +Black Girl Nerds for the review!!! Loved hearing your thoughts on my #scifi   #apocalyptic  read :D 
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First UK review -- Debbie D'Oyley from The British Blacklist writes: American author Elizabeth Stephens is an emerging new voice in ‪#‎speculativefiction‬, re-igniting the wonder of the ‘what if’ of other life forms...she has taken a genre I love (‪#‎scifi‬) and combines it with one I really don’t (‪#‎horror‬) and has created a real, virtual page-turner!
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Thanks Amideast! 
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Around the world and back again...sort of
My life has come full circle. Seattle to Cairo, Beirut, Berlin, Paris, Geneva, Baitz, Johannesburg, back to Seattle. Coming back, though not for long, has its advantages. You can measure your own progress, like a yard stick, against the changes you've seen ...
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Geneva Time
I'm back in Geneva. The sun is shining and it's freezing here. Life has settled into a quirky sort of routine and I'm begrudgingly becoming adjusted. I'm working now full time. To go from undergraduate to work is certainly a bizarre transition. Life is full...
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A Memo on Being Mixed
I recently read an article on a fellow mixed girl's experiences  Coming out as Biracial . It was a great article, and much appreciated. She looks different from me, despite also being half-white, half-black, which sort of puts us in the same ethnic group wh...
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Go hard or go...to the hospital.
Go hard or go...to the hospital? Right? Is that how the expression goes? Sitting in my hospital bed, typing with one hand while the other stands perfectly upright swathed in thick sheaths of plaster, cotton, and stretchy canvas-colored fabric, I'm not sure ...
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Transitions
Leaving Beirut felt as if an anvil had been lifted from my chest. Despite missing Lebanon, the conflicts in the region and the ceaselessly escalating violence did not endear me to the idea of living there, or anywhere in the Middle East/North Africa, for th...
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