Elizabeth Lancaster began her working life as an occupational therapist in Australia until she unexpectedly found herself in a writing course in New York, whilst living there with her husband and two children. After she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, writing became essential in her acceptance of and coming to terms with the unpredictable nature of her condition. Elizabeth Lancaster is now a freelance journalist and also the author of Marzipan and Magnolias (Finch Publishing). Elizabeth Lancaster addressed The Sydney Institute on Tuesday 5 April 2011.
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