Elizabeth is based in upstate New York and her latest book is a gothic family drama about an unsolved murder in the Hudson Valley, is earning tremendous early reviews. In a starred review, Publishers Weekly praised, "Brundidge’s searing, intricate novel epitomizes the best of the literary thriller, marrying gripping drama with impeccably crafted prose, characterizations, and imagery…Succeeding as murder mystery, ghost tale, family drama, and love story, her novel is both tragic and transcendent.”

Elizabeth Brundage graduated from Hampshire College, attended NYU film school, was a screenwriting fellow at The American Film Institute in Los Angeles, and received an MFA as well as a James Michener Award from the University of Iowa’s Writers’ Workshop. She has taught at Skidmore College, Bard’s Simon’s Rock College, The University of Hartford, and The Rochester Institute of Technology. She lives in The Capital Region.