Lisa D. Graylisawrites.life
Lisa D. Gray writes stories about being a Black woman in America, a place that does not always value women or Blackness. She won an Edgar award for her short story "The Queen of Secrets" that appeared in the anthology New Haven Noir. Lisa's work also appears in As Us Literary Journal, Mission at Tenth among others. She holds and M.F.A. from Mills College and has taught at Mills College, The Writers Grotto, Rooted & Written, and Liminal Writing Space. She founded Our Voices, Our Stories SF in 2015 to elevate and amplify the voices and work of women writers of color. She is working on her first novel and has a short story collection ready and waiting for a publisher.
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