Elizabeth Titus has been a journalist for Gannett, an English teacher, an advertising executive (Doyle Dane Bernbach), a communications director and speechwriter (15 years at American Express) and a freelance writer and blogger. She has a BA in English (Skidmore), an MA in English (University of Pennsylvania), and an MBA (Wharton). She lives in a 1930s colony formed by socialists in Connecticut (see “Weston’s Socialist Summer Camp” under Published Work) as well as on a landmarked block of West 67th Street in New York City (“Duchamp’s Crash Pad”). She has published articles with the Weston Magazine Group, Westport News (Hearst), Long Story Short, Ms. Magazine.com, Skidmore Scope, MORE.com (Meredith), Ithaca Lit, The Feathered Flounder, Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood, Narrative, The Humanist, Talking Writing, and The Intima, Columbia University Medical School’s Journal of Narrative Medicine.
She is currently serving as a mentor for the Afghan Women’s Writing Project. http://www.awwproject.org.