New York City-born Liz Granirer is a long-time London resident and dog lover who’s a freelance travel, entertainment and lifestyle writer and editor. Much of the time she’s deskbound, editing two magazines or found in deepest, darkest Shoreditch working on (whisper it) inflight magazines.
She makes her escapes as often as possible from a hill in north London, where she lives with her delightful son. Her writing has appeared in The Stage newspaper; and easyJet Traveller, Hemispheres, Jazeera Air, Young Performer, Right Start and Freelancing Matters magazines.
She was shortlisted for the London Writers’ Competition and has had short stories published in The Bus Stop Scheherazade and Other Stories; and Love, Sex, Death & Chocolate; and short fiction published on the Flashes in the Dark website.