About Elizabeth J. M. Walker

EW_bwElizabeth J. M. Walker has always loved books and writing. As a teen she discovered zines, which inspired her to publish her own litzine of odd fairy tales, titled 398. She has been involved in dance theatre productions as a dancer, choreographer, and a script writer. Elizabeth also enjoys taking photographs. She has over 100 articles with accompanying photos published on the community news website windsoriteDOTca. Her photos are also published in Alexander Zelenyj’s book Ballads To The Burning Twins: The Complete Song Lyrics Of The Deathray Bradburys. Elizabeth is the author of two young adult books: She Dreamed of Dragons and This Night Sucks.


Nicholas Beckett recently finished illustrating The Otley Butterfly – a wordless graphic novella zine that is based on the story of Elizabeth’s grandparents during WWII. Beckett has previously illustrated two of Elizabeth’s short stories, The Maze and The Boy Who Owned the Forest – which are both published in zine format.




Elizabeth’s short story, The Sea Rider, has been published in Realms YA Fantasy Literary Magazine’s  first issue (May 2015). Her short story, Cornelia & Timothy & the Wonderful World of Zines, has been published in the Spring 2016 issue of Stinkwaves Magazine.

Elizabeth has several more book ideas in store. She also hopes to work on more projects with her husband, Alexander Zelenyj.

Find Elizabeth J. M. Walker on FacebookGoodreads, and Amazon.

Contact: elizabethjmwalker@gmail.com

Books by Elizabeth J. M. Walker:

This Night Sucks CoverFINAL

This Night SucksFirst Edition. Published by Mirror World Publishing.

(June 17, 2016).


She Dreamed of Dragons, Second Edition. Published by Mirror World Publishing.

(July 17, 2015)

Goldenfeathercover copy

Also available: The Search for the Golden Feathera short story prequel to She Dreamed of Dragons


She Dreamed of Dragons, First Edition. Published by Musa Publishing.

(August 2014 – February 2015)


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