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Elizabeth Sile

Elizabeth Sile is a writer and editor who served as Real Simple's features editor for three years. As a writer, editor, fact-checker, and editorial consultant for more than a decade, Elizabeth has been published in dozens of other outlets, including Esquire and the Wall Street Journal.

Highlights
- Magazine editor, writer, and fact-checker for more than a decade
- Former features editor at Real Simple
- Previous staff editor at Departures and Esquire and writer for 10+ other outlets
- Part of Real Simple team nominated for 2019 National Magazine Award
- Stories and packages edited have won three Eddie Awards from FOLIO and a Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Bronze Award
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