Elizabeth Searle: A writer fascinated with the dark side of American culture

Elizabeth Searle (Photo by Mark Karlsberg/Studio11)

Elizabeth Searle (Photo by Mark Karlsberg/Studio11)

Doug Holder of the blog Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene interviewed Boston writer Elizabeth Searle, author of Girl Held in Home.

Doug Holder writes:

Writer Elizabeth Searle talks with a rapid-fire cadence, has an engaging laugh, and an optimistic sparkle to her eyes. But beneath this lies a writer who is interested in the darker side of American culture-the side obsessed with competition and winning at all costs.

I talked with Searle on my Somerville Community Access TV show: Poet to Poet: Writer to Writer.

And as winner of Literary Death Match, Boston Episode 4, Searle returns to the arena as the third judge in Episode 9, alongside Rob Potylo and Bethany Van Delft.

Read the interview by Doug Holder:

Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene: Elizabeth Searle: A Writer Fascinated With the Dark Side of American Culture..

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