Elisabeth Ingram Wallace lives in Glasgow, Scotland. She writes flash fiction, short stories, and is writing a novel. She is the winner of The £10,000 Mogford Short Story Prize 2019 with her short story ‘Corvidae’. A 2017 Scottish Book Trust 'New Writers Award' winner, in 2017 Elisabeth won 'Writing the Future' the world's largest health science fiction prize. She won the £10,000 prize with 'Opsnizing Dad', an exploration of the preservation of human memories. 

Elisabeth is Senior Editor of Flash Fiction at TSS Publishing, and a Senior Editor for the Best British and Irish Flash Fiction 2018-2019.

She is the winner of the First Prize in the TSS Flash Fiction Competition, won second prize in The Anton Chekhov Prize, is published in Best Microfiction 2019. A Finalist and Semi Finalist for The Best Small Fictions 2018, she was a finalist for the Kathy Fish Fellowship 2018 at SmokeLong Quarterly. A Bath Flash Fiction Award prize winner, her writing is published (or upcoming) in SmokeLong Quarterly, Atticus ReviewBath Flash Fiction Anthologies, New Writing Scotland, Flash Frontier, and b(OINK).

She studied as a Mature Student at Oxford University, and has a Creative Writing M.Litt. with Distinction from the University of Glasgow. She was awarded a Dewar Arts Award for Fiction as one of 'Scotland's Brightest and Best'.