See the “Phantasmagoric”

Phantasmagoric: the World of Elisabeth Stevens” was exhibited at the State College of Florida in October,November and December 2015. It featured graphic artworks and books by Elisabeth Stevens and was accompanied by a 30-page illustrated catalog, The show will travel to Goucher College in Baltimor ...
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Laura Schleussner: When organizing your drawings for this book, I noticed that most of them are from the first half of the 1960s. Why? Elisabeth Stevens: In the early 1960s I was living in a fifth-floor, walk-up apartment on York Avenue in New York City. I was working on my PhD in Engl ...
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Artist, fiction writer, poet, and journalist Elisabeth Stevens talks about her dynamic illustrations and the fascinating events she’s covered.(Photo above: art dealer Christian Stakenborg and Elisabeth Stevens) ...
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Photos from the opening night reception for Elisabeth Stevens "Phantasmagoric" at SCF, Oct. 16. ...
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Kirkus Review: A green Isle in the Sea, Love

Stevens (Household Words, 2014, etc.) shines light on a young woman’s struggles to break from societal expectations.Twenty-two-year-old Amy Morse is not going to follow in her father’s footsteps. A professor at “The Hill,” Dad passed away before fulfilling his life’s ambition of publishing ...
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I am excited to announce that I will be exhibiting my art work at the State College of Florida-Bradenton, during my show, Phantasmagorical: The World of Elisabeth Stevens opening October 16 through December 9.The exhibit features more than 25 of my graphic works and illustrated books.From the Braden ...
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Enter to Win a Copy of AMERICAN NOCTURNE

Giveaway ends September 03, 2015.See the giveaway detailsat Goodreads.Enter Giveaway ...
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Martin Luther King in Mississippi (#8)
by Elizabeth StevensPublished Aug. 28, 2013 in The Abliene ReporterIt was a time of terror and trouble. In the years before and after the historic March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on Aug. 28, 1963, there were repeated and widespread acts of violence.In Birmingham, Ala., earlier that s ...
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Martin Luther King in Mississippi (#8)
by Elisabeth StevensPublished Aug. 14, 2013 in The Gilmer MirrorIt was a time of terror and trouble. In the years before and after the historic March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom of August 28, 1963, there were repeated and widespread acts of violence. In Birmingham, Alabama, earlier tha ...
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by Jon C. Pope on December 4, 2011Author, artist and critic Elisabeth Stevens comfortably wears a number of hats, sometimes simultaneously. The former art and architecture critic for several regional and national periodicals boasts an impressive publishing résumé that includes poetry, fiction, dra ...
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Florida Artist & Writer Elisabeth Stevens