Lizzie Violet is a writer, horror aficionado, and lover of all things Zombie. She was that creepy little girl you caught reading Poe in cemeteries & continues to do so as an adult.
Her shelves are filled with tales of horror, death & creepy little dolls. Those who visit her lair, beware, as there are horrific surprises lurking, waiting, anticipating.
Don’t let her sunny smile and quiet demeanor fool you. Those are the creatures you should truly be watching out for.
Twitter – @lizzieviolet13
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Writer, spoken word performer, horror know-it-all, Lizzie Violet is the dark little girl, with a crooked smile. A lover of all things creepy, including horror silent movies, she is also a well-known Zombiephile. She is currently working on a novel, a poetry/short story manuscript and a horror movie short. Her own writing can be found amongst some of Canada’s finest literary magazines including Carousel, Nest, and NorthWord and most recently in the anthology about Redheads, Canadian Ginger.
Lizzie has featured at Pride, Nuit Blanche, Wonder Women IV, V and VI, Live Words, Plasticine Poetry Series, Handshake Gallery, The Beautiful & The Damned and WordSpell reading series and many more of Toronto’s finest reading series. Lizzie stars in The Redhead Revue along with Heather Babcock.
She also co-writes horror movies scripts for her production called Queen of Schlock. @queensofschlock
But hey… I wouldn’t be a full-time artist if I didn’t keep that plate full. I also run a monthly b-movie night with my partner-in-crime Zoltan Du Lac in the performance space at The Imperial. (First Saturday of every month) Please check out Killer B Cinema — https://www.facebook.com/killerbcinema/
For more information about Lizzie Violet, ironic anecdotes and upcoming listings, please check out her website. www.lizzieviolet.com.
Chlamydia Is Not a Flower – CAROUSEL 30/31
Woman of Strength and Faithless – Northword
The Hum After – The Big Art Book
She Dances The Banda – Nest
Freedom & Choice – The Quilliad
Nominated for and runner up for Best Spoken Word artist 2015, Now Magazine Readers Poll.
In addition to being a Spoken Word artist, Lizzie is also an avid supporter of the literary and music community, producing shows that feature many of Ontario’s poets, Spoken Word artists and musicians.