Elizabeth Brico is a writer from the Pacific Northwest. She is the site author of e.b. writes: writing on writing, and Betty's Battleground--a blog about life after trauma. In 2019 she was a Reimagining Communities fellow with the National Council for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls, where she researched the use of predictive analytics in the child welfare sector. She is currently a journalism fellow with Talk Poverty, reporting on various aspects of economic justice. Her work has appeared on Vox, VICE, OZY, STAT, Columbia Journalism Review, Politico Mag, Undark, The Fix, Racked, The Establishment, Filter Mag, and Healthy Place, among others. In her free time she can usually be found reading, writing, or watching speculative fiction. She might be a necromancer, or else very lucky.

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