B.A., The Evergreen State College, 1999
B.F.A., Cornish College of the Arts
M.F.A, American Conservatory Theatre
As an actor in Hollywood, Elizabeth Shé made horror films for money and indie films for joy. As a choreographer in Seattle, she performed in a weekly cabaret at the Art Bar. As a writer in Olympia she hosted the Literary Lounge on KAOS radio. Her show, "Love Translated Too," combined interactive art, dance, and love poetry."Love Translated 1: illuminated sculpture," hung in trees on The Evergreen State College campus as part of a solstice celebration.
Fiction, Non-Fiction, Poetry, Journalism
Love Translated, Love-Dog Communications, 2010
“Free Love Ain’t” (essay), in Wild Child: Girlhoods in the Counterculture, Seal Press, 1999
Northwest Edge vols. 1, 2, and 3, Chiasmus Press, 2005
Vox Populi, Eleventh Hour Productions, 2000-2002
How did Evergreen help you in your career?
I completed my first novel, Shoulds are for Saints, as an independent contract.