LIZ GALVAO is a writer, editor, and comedy person. Her writing focuses on humor, feminism, and pop culture. She's written for Refinery29, The Establishment, Bitch Magazine, Reductress, The Hairpin, The Awl, The Toast, and PASTE Magazine, and has been Music Editor of BUST Magazine since 2014. Her series of satirical educational pamphlets for teens, The Cool Teen's Guides, is published by Microcosm Publishing. She is currently a writer on the sketch comedy team June's Cleaver, a house team at the iO West theater in Hollywood. Her email newsletter, Weird Personal Emails, was featured on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour, which called her "funnier and smarter and more interesting than most people in terms of what's on her mind."

Liz grew up in northern New Jersey, then studied film at Vassar College and Prague Film School, where she made several short comedic films. After graduating, she studied sketch and improv comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York, and became a part of the comedy scenes in New York and Los Angeles as a writer and performer, doing sketch, improv, and storytelling at the UCB, iO West, the PiT, and other independent venues.

She's also written and appeared in the short film No Bones About It, about two friends marathoning the entire first season of Bones in 24 hours. Her piece "Let's Make Fun Of: Anthropologie Furniture" was a viral hit.

Liz currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their cat. The cat is cute, but a real dummy.