Elizabeth Flux is a freelance writer and editor based in Melbourne, Australia.
Her nonfiction work has been widely published and includes essays on film, pop culture, feminism and identity as well as interviews and feature articles. In 2017 she won the inaugural Feminartsy Fiction prize, was shortlisted for the Rachel Funari prize, and her short fiction was selected for publication in Best Australian Stories 2017 and The Legend of Monga Khan. She is also a past Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellow. A selection of her published work can be found here.
She is a judge for the 2019 Award for an Unpublished Manuscript for the Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards, and an editor for Reading Victoria. Previously she was a judge for the Scribe nonfiction prize, was a past editor of Voiceworks and On Dit and has overseen shorter-term projects including the Summer In The City of Literature series for Melbourne City of Literature, and The Signal Express for the Emerging Writers’ Festival.