Liz Armstrong is a writer and story producer living in Los Angeles. She recently worked on staff in the writers’ room on SHUT EYE a Hulu original drama. She’s produced several documentary series, including NEW DEEP SOUTH which premiered at Tribeca, won a Documentary Webby 2017, plus Audience Favorite 2016 Awards at the Los Angeles Film Festival and the New Orleans Film Festival. Liz initially moved to Los Angeles from New York City to spearhead VICE’s West Coast editorial office. Now with more than 15 years of formal experience in cultural journalism, Liz is radically fluent in aesthetic observation and conceptual narrative. She’s published hundreds of creative non-fiction articles and a handful of short fiction pieces, and has spoken at universities and startup communities about storytelling. Her essays have been published in Reading Pop Culture, Second Edition (a university textbook for Bedford/St. Martin’s); Rookie Yearbook One (Tavi Gevinson’s first best-of compendium, from Razorbill); and The Empty Bottle Chicago: 21+ Years of Music / Friendly / Dancing (Curbside Splendor). Other work has appeared in VICE, Flaunt, Bullett, Rookie, Nylon, Inventory, ANP Quarterly, New York magazine, The Pitchfork Review, The Fader, xoJane, Chicago Reader, ArtSlant, and more.
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