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Birthplace
United Kingdom
Residence
Bermuda
Identities
Bermuda
DOB
1950
Gender
Female

Elizabeth J Jones

Born in 1950, Elizabeth J. Jones moved to Bermuda from the UK in 1973 and became a freelance writer, editor and tutor after teaching English at a high school and at the Bermuda College. She has written numerous articles for magazines, newspapers and guide books about all aspects of Bermuda, including its wildlife, history, culture and people. Her commissioned published books include Bermuda Recollections, an anthology of oral history; Bermuda’s Famous Talbot Brothers, a biography of a Bermudian calypso band; Bermuda Post Office Bicentennial 1812-2012, a history; and Fair Play, a biography of Bermudian former senator and FIFA referee, Charlie Marshall. Her short story “Breathing Space” was included in I Wish I Could Tell You: Bermuda Anthology of Children’s Literature and Young Adult Stories edited by Lynn Joseph and a short memoir, “Pink” in Take This Journey With Me: Bermuda Anthology of Memoir and Creative Non-Fiction edited by Rachel Manley.

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