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Elizabeth Ezra was born and raised in California, lived in upstate New York for a number of years, and now lives in Edinburgh with her husband and sons. By day, she works as a professor of cinema and culture at the University of Stirling, and has published a number of scholarly books on things French and cinematic. In 2016, she won the Kelpies Prize for her first children's book, which she wrote in collaboration with her children (Ruby McCracken: Tragic without Magic, published by Floris Books in October 2017). She also writes poetry, and in 2016 her work was published in the Bridport Prize anthology.
RUBY MCCRACKEN: TRAGIC WITHOUT MAGIC (Floris Books)
Winner of the Kelpies Prize 2016
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