ABOUT LIZ GILMORE WILLIAMS
A finalist in the 2018 International Book Awards in the military history genre, Liz Gilmore Williams worked as a writer and editor for more than 20 years in Washington, D.C., for two offices of the U.S. Congress and other organizations. Her essay, “April Love,” won an award for creative nonfiction in the Virginia Writers Club’s “Summer Shorts” Contest for 2014 and was published by the Indiana Voice Journal in February 2015. That and other essays have been published in literary magazines, including The Pettigru Review and Catfish Stew. Others of her articles have appeared in Living (@Sun City Carolina Lakes), an award-winning magazine. As a speaker for South Carolina's Humanities Out Loud Program, Liz travels statewide to speak at meetings for sponsoring organizations that promote discussion about human values, traditions, and cultures. Click here to see an interview with Liz by Trending Who What Where and When.
Liz Gilmore Williams, Author
Liz enjoys interviewing people who’ve had a front-row seat to history and researching the historical context of their experiences. She received an MA in American studies from the University of Maryland and belongs to the South Carolina Writers Association. She lives with her husband and her best friend, Sunny, her Golden retriever, in South Carolina.