Elizabeth’s fiction work has featured in numerous anthologies including Best Australian Stories 2017, The Legend of Monga Khan and the Aesthetica Creative Writing Annual 2018.
Her short story ‘Best Laid Plans’ won the inaugural Feminartsy fiction prize, and she was shortlisted for the 2017 Rachel Funari Prize
“Elizabeth Flux captures the mood of the collection strikingly in her story ‘One’s Company’” – Emily Paull, The AU Review
“Tight and controlled, making each word count, its short vignettes build to a surprisingly complex portrait of female relationship” – Feminartsy Fiction Prize judge Robyn Cadwallader on ‘Best Laid Plans’
“Other standouts include Dominic Amerena and Elizabeth Flux’s stories, both about what it is like to be outside Aussie culture.” – Michalia Arathimos, Overland on Best Australian Stories 2017