Lisa C. Taylor is the author of three poetry collections, including Interrogation of Morning (Arlen House/Syracuse University Press 2023). She also has two short story collections, Impossibly Small Spaces (2018), and Growing a New Tail (2015) and two poetry chapbooks. One of her short stories received the Hugo House New Fiction Award in 2015. Her collaborative collection with Irish poet and writer Geraldine Mills, The Other Side of Longing (Arlen House/Syracuse University Press, 2011) led to both of them being named Elizabeth Shanley Gerson Readers of Irish Literature at University of Connecticut. Both her poetry and fiction have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and Best-of-the-Net. Lisa holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Stonecoast (University of Southern Maine). She is the co-director of the Mesa Verde Writers Conference, a presenter for Write on the Sound, and she teaches online for writers.com.

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