About The Speaker
Lisa M. Bradley
A queer Latina originally from South Texas, Lisa M. Bradley now lives in Iowa. Her poetry and fiction have appeared in numerous venues, including Strange Horizons, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Anathema, and Fireside Fiction. Her first collection is The Haunted Girl (Aqueduct Press); her debut novel is Exile (Rosarium Publishing). She served as Poetry Editor for Uncanny’s special issue “Disabled People Destroy Fantasy,” and she is the coeditor, with R.B. Lemberg, of Climbing Lightly Through Forests, a tribute poetry anthology for Ursula Le Guin (Aqueduct, January 2021).
Climbing Lightly Through Forests, a poetry anthology in tribute to Ursula Le Guin, co-edited with RB Lemberg, from Aqueduct Press in January 2021
Poem “”Collecting Ynes”” in Rosalind’s Siblings, forthcoming 2020, from Galli Books
My debut novel, EXILE, a “”5 minutes into the future”” dystopia about a hypersexual antiheroine scheming to escape her quarantined hometown
Favorite Book Quote
“Let’s not be afraid…there’s always a step after the last step.” Hubert Haddad, Rochester Knockings