A question for Elizabeth Rankin

Q: Do you live near where you were born? Have you traveled much? A: I actually live right down the road from the hospital where I was born! Not on purpose. I left the area for about 10 years, and didn’t intend to come back, but fate (a.k.a. the need for a job) intervened. I enjoy traveling and have been to Europe a few times, as well as Mexico and Canada. One of my life …

About Elizabeth Rankin

Elizabeth Rankin is the daughter of a librarian and grew up telling stories in the stacks. She worked in publishing before transitioning to marketing, where she strictly enforces use of the Oxford comma. When not writing, she might be trying out new recipes, volunteering for more than she should, or playing with her dogs. She lives with her husband in their eventual dream house in Cleveland, Ohio, USA.

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Elizabeth Rankin’s story “Portals and Other Lost Things
in Metaphorosis Friday, 23 September 2022.
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September 2022

MetaphorosisBeautifully written speculative fiction from Metaphorosis magazine.

All the stories from the month, plus author biographies, interviews, and story origins.

Table of Contents

  • To the Wild Sea — B. Morris Allen
  • For the Love of Wild Things — Mande Matthews
  • Her Last Will — Karl El-Koura
  • Portals and Other Lost Things — Elizabeth Rankin
  • Infinite Possibilities — Michael Gardner

Cover art by Carol Wellart.

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