Elizabeth Hopkinson

Elizabeth Hopkinson is the author of Asexual Fairy Tales, which featured in the BBC’s We Are Bradford project, and earned her a place in Wikipedia’s Timeline of Asexual History.

Her short stories have appeared in The Forgotten & the Fantastical and Dancing with Mr Darcy, along with many other anthologies and magazines. Her story “A Short History of the Dream Library” won the James White Award.

Elizabeth has appeared at Leeds LGBT+ Literature Festival, Ilkley Literature Festival Fringe and Swanwick Writers’ Summer School. She lives in Bradford with her husband, daughter and cat. Elizabeth is a romantic asexual and is committed to asexual representation in fiction.


https://curiousfictions.com/authors/623-elizabeth-hopkinson

https://www.johnhuntpublishing.com/tophat-books/our-books/silver-hands

https://www.silverwoodbooks.co.uk/product/9781781328941/asexual-fairy-tales

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