About Me

Publicist.

Born and raised as a Nebraska Cornhusker, I've brought my midwest charm to Los Angeles as I follow a career in entertainment publicity at an agency.

I describe my work before moving to LA as "Nebraska entertainment," as I worked with a nonprofit event center to market for rodeos, a county fair, and a summer concert. Now, I'm working on the type of entertainment that lands on screens everywhere, including TV and digital/tech clients.

Writer.

In high school, I was required to keep a blog for an English course. I fell in love with the art of crafting a post and sharing it with my classmates. After graduation, I started Lizzy’s Luggage, a college girl’s guide to surviving college. It became a safe haven of sorts as I struggled with anxiety throughout my first few years in school. The blog had many looks, but the content stayed the same; positive and honest with too many commas.

Once in graduate school, I transformed Lizzy’s Luggage into what it is now, ElizabethSCox.com. While I don’t blog like I used to, you can find a few of my favorite posts here that hold a special place in my heart. You can also find a sample of my academic and journalism experience on my resume page. One day, my book will be here too.

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What I’m reading now:

  • China Rich Girlfriend by Kevin Kwan

  • Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis

Currently watching:

  • Bodyguard on Netflix

  • Queer Eye on Netflix

  • Songland on NBC

Favorite Stories:

  • The Outsiders by SE Hinton

    • “Stay Golden.”

  • Rocketman from Paramount Pictures

    • “People don’t pay to see Reginald Dwight…”

  • The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George

    • “With all due respect, what you read is more important in the long term than the man you marry, ma chère Madame.”

Biggest Fears

  • Karaoke

  • Flying - I’m much better at this since moving across the country, but it usually takes a Bloody Mary or two.

  • Losing a friend’s book they loaned me.