Elizabet Stevens is a story teller, on the printed page, in television and film, and sometimes live in front of an audience.
A former journalist she returned to university, UNB Fredericton, to complete a Masters degree in Creative Writing, receiving her degree in 2000.Her thesis was a non-fiction novel The Fifth of Five.
As a journalist, Elizabet worked for the CBC, as a story editor, reporter, editor, and television news director.
In print, she was a regular contributor to the Globe and Mail, and for the Halifax Mail StarChronicle Herald.
She also worked in communications for the Nova Scotia Liberal Party, and Saint Mary's University, and as a publicist for several book publishers.
As a teacher, she has worked in the public school system, several universities in the Maritimes, including the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, and overseas at Effat University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, and Beijing Concord College of Sino Canada.
In film she has appeared in several Canadian and American films shot in the Maritimes.
Her children's book, Pamela Pollock's Perilous Adventure and How She Found the Bluenose, was published in May, 2015.
She has completed a poetry collection "Blue Forensics: a case of heartbreak" and is working on a memoir about her experience working and teaching in Saudi Arabia.