is a writer based in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Before graduating from Lee University with a BA in Humanities, Eliza won several awards for her essays and research papers.
Growing up, Eliza wrote poetry and short stories until high school, when she focused on songwriting. Her current work features reflections on her faith, stories from growing up in Ohio and beyond, and other short stories. She has written for several faith-based publications.
Eliza lives in Chattanooga with her husband, Jay. She likes her coffee black, her music loud, and her waffles from Waffle House.
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