Please note: this is the boring ‘About Me’ page for adults. If you want more juicy information, read the 69 Facts About E.R.Murray!
Elizabeth Rose Murray, represented by Sallyanne Sweeney of Mulcahy Associate, London lives in West Cork where she fishes, grows her own vegetables and enjoys plenty of outdoor adventures.
Elizabeth writes novels for children and young adults as well as short fiction and personal essays. Her books include The Book of Learning – Nine Lives Trilogy 1 (2016 Dublin UNESCO Citywide Read for Children.), The Book of Shadows – Nine Lives Trilogy 2 (shortlisted 2016 Irish Book Awards and 2016 Irish Literacy Association Award), The Book of Revenge – Nine Lives Trilogy 3 (Feb 2018) and Caramel Hearts (May 2016).
She also has short fiction and essays published in reputable journals across Ireland, the UK, US and Australia, and has been shortlisted for several notable competitions including Francis McManus and Aesthetica Creative Works. Recent anthology publications include The Elysian: Creative Responses (New Binary Press), Reading the Future (Arlen House) and Autonomy (New Binary Press).
In 2012, Elizabeth performed in Ciudades Paralelas: Station – a live writing installation at the Cork Midsummer Festival – and in 2017 she co-created Things That Go Bump in the Night, a gothic storytelling event for children, with author, Caroline Busher. She is currently working on a performance project that fuses fiction and music.
Keen to encourage new and emerging writers, Elizabeth regularly facilitates workshops for both adults and children. She also provides manuscript reports and online workshops for Big Smoke Writing Factory and Inkwell Group, and is the social media machine for writing.ie.
You can find out more about or chat to Elizabeth via the contact form on her Say Hello! page, twitter @ERMurray, facebook or instagram.
Content & Social Media
Elizabeth is a Content & Social Media Specialist, providing training and solutions for small businesses, arts organisations, artists and writers.
Her list of clients includes: the Irish Writers Centre, Munster Literature Centre, Listowel Writers’ Week, Dublin Theatre Festival, Dublin Writers’ Festival, Cork Spring Poetry Festival, Cork International Short Story Festival, writing.ie, Writers Web TV, The Inkwell Group, Dublin Book Festival and writers Lia Mills, Catherine Dunne, Padraig O’Morain and Bernie McGill.
You can read some client endorsements here.
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I enjoy my visits to your blog and just wanted to let you know that I’ve nominated you for the One Lovely Blog Award. If you’d like to read and repost the award, this is the link: http://ashnfinn.wordpress.com/2012/05/25/one-lovely-blog-award/
Hey E.R. Murray! I saw you in Waterstones today and it was an amazing experience. Honestly, you are so kind and sweet. I am thinking about buying your books, the sneak peek was so interesting I want to read more! Your dog is so cute 🙂 Thank you for making that possible.
Much love, young student aspiring to be an author.
Hi Martyna, Thank you so much for coming to Waterstones and for commenting here – it was so great to meet you all. I’m glad you enjoyed the event – I always come away buzzing! Keep up the writing and if you have any questions, you can give me a shout through my Say hello page 🙂
Hi ER Murray. Well I wanted to send you a letter because I have been reading your series but i don’t really know how yet. You were at my school this week in Clare but I was sick and didn’t get a chance to see you. If you could show me somewhere I could send you the letter I would be more than grateful.