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Seattle, WA 98145-2787
Elizabeth Clark-Stern

Elizabeth Clark-Stern

Elizabeth grew up writing stories and plays, which ultimately led to a career as a television screenwriter. Her produced credits include the critically acclaimed All I Could See from Where I Stood (PBS), Having Babies II (ABC), and Help Wanted (CBS), the latter nominated for an Emmy. She is particularly proud of an independent documentary, Home from the Eastern Sea, which she wrote and co-produced with an all-female creative team. Originally aired on PBS, now distributed through Kanopy, the film was honored with a NAFTA American Scene Award, and a Cine Golden Eagle. In tandem with screenwriting, she worked on novels, drawn to the duel reality of inner and outer life. This eventually led to a new calling as a psychotherapist. She worked with the most vulnerable populations, seeing first-hand the tragic impact of class, race, gender, and mental health inequality. She studied the depth psychology of Carl Jung, and opened a practice offering the healing modalities of sand play and dreams. This work brought her writing to a whole new level, a world of symbols and archetypal forces not limited to the conventions of time and space. She was presented with an Achievement in the Arts Award from the Seattle Psychoanalytic Community for producing and publishing four plays and Soul Stories, a collection of two novellas. Elizabeth’s dearest treasure is her loving and laughing family. The image for her Aqueduct debut novel came to her in a dream. www.elizabethclarkstern.com

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