Lizzie Huxley-Jones is an autistic author and editor based in London.

She is the editor of Stim, an anthology of autistic authors and artists, which was published by Unbound in April 2020 to coincide with World Autism Awareness Week. She is also the author of the children’s biography Sir David Attenborough: A Life Story.

She can be found editing at independent micropublisher 3 of Cups Press, and she also advises writers as a freelance sensitivity reader and consultant. In her past career lives, she has been a research diver, a children’s bookseller and digital communications specialist.

She tweets too much at @littlehux, taking breaks to walk her dog Nerys.

You can reach her at lizzie.stim@gmail.com.

Lizzie is represented by Abi Fellows of The Good Literary Agency.