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Lizabeth Zindel is Senior Editor at Social Life magazine, a luxury publication of the Hamptons, where she writes features on travel and fashion, as well as, celebrity interviews. She is creator of the travel blog In addition, Lizabeth has a strategic partnership with National Picture Show, a production company represented by Creative Artists Agency. Zindel was raised by a creative family of writers who lived in Connecticut and New York. Her father, Paul Zindel, won the Pulitzer Prize for his play Effect of Gamma Rays on Man in the Moon Marigolds. After Ms. Zindel received her B.A. in English and Theater from Wesleyan University in Connecticut, she moved to Los Angeles where she worked at Creative Artists Agency for an agent in the Motion Picture Lit Department who represented screenwriters and directors including Cameron Crowe, Tom Stoppard, Neil Simon, Lee Hall, Alexander Payne, among many others. She moved on to work for Madonna's Maverick Entertainment (owned by Warner Brother Records) and Maverick Films, which produced the film adaptions of the Twilight series. Soon after, Lizabeth sold her first manuscript and set up a three book deal with Penguin Publishing House. Her first novel, Girl of the Moment, was optioned by 20th Century Fox with Richard Gladstein (Bourne Identity, Nanny Diares, Finding Neverland) attached to produce. Ms. Zindel was a member of the Actors Studio's Playwrights and Directors Unit in NYC and was invited to be a lifetime member of the Ensemble Studio Theatre in NYC alongside Sarah Jessica Parker, John Patrick Shanley, and Richard Dreyfuss. She was also a producer on the Broadway play High starring Kathleen Turner, and is currently a panelist at the New York New Works Theatre Festival. Her short film on the steet artist Banksy's Central Park Stand screened in the Short Film Corner at the Cannes Film Festival. She has a huge passion for film, storytelling, cooking, and traveling.

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