LIZZI WOLF is a writer and college instructor, born in Detroit, Michigan, and currently living in Tucson, Arizona. More about Lizzi.
Lizzi’s literary-historical novel The Orphan King: A novel based on the brief life of Louis XVII is now available in e-book, paperback, and hardcover via Amazon.com.
Lizzi has a Ph.D. from University of Michigan in American Culture and a B.A. in English & Creative Writing from Oberlin College.
Lizzi is an online instructor of Children’s Literature and American Popular Culture for Endicott College in Beverly, Massachusetts. She taught American cultural history and Film Studies at University of Michigan from 1998-2000 and English at Greenville Technical College in South Carolina from 2010-2013.
Lizzi’s flash-fictions have been published in nationally recognized literary journals.
Lizzi’s novella, titled Charcot, set in an insane asylum in 19th century Paris and featuring Sigmund Freud as a main character, was published in the Seattle Review in 2013.
Lizzi’s short story “The Terrible Expression” was awarded the Knut House Press Insanity Fiction prize in 2015.
- Lizzi is a 1998 Hopwood Award winner in screenwriting.
- Lizzi’s dramatic stage play, The Strawberry & the Kaiser, was performed in staged readings in Ann Arbor, Michigan and Paris, France.
- Lizzi had published dozens of film reviews.
- Lizzi read an excerpt from Charcot as part of an off-site event at the 2014 AWP Conference in Seattle.
- Lizzi attended the SCBWI-Florida mid-year workshop in Orlando in 2017.