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.
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 Review, Bath 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'.