Elizabeth Pulsford

pulsford-elizabeth.jpgElizabeth Pulsford is a thirty-something-year-old cliché whose perfect day begins with coffee
and morning yoga and ends with a ‘good book.’ She is a big fan of her two-year-old daughter
Harriet, camping and nachos (generally in that order). She is a high school English and
Performing Arts teacher living in Brisbane, and spends much of her time correcting students’
pronunciation of the word ‘hyperbole.’

Storytelling is an interest Elizabeth first fostered as an eight-year-old, during a year-long
caravanning trip around Australia with her family. She has fond memories of writing stories
from the backseat of the car or composing them out loud on bushwalks

Prior to teaching and motherhood, Elizabeth worked for a variety of Children’s Theatre
Companies, locally and internationally, as an actor, script writer and director of Children’s
Theatre. She has some experience writing satirically for television, having had residencies
with Good News Week and Rove Live.

‘Boots’ is Elizabeth’s second picture book.

You can say hello on her Instagram account @elizabethpulsfordauthor

Elizabeth’s books with Wombat | Rhiza include: