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Publications

My short stories can be found in the following online publications:

False Hope, Theme of Absence, December 4, 2021

A Longing for the Old Days, Sledgehammer Lit, October 18, 2021

The Rise of the Mariner’s Star, Brilliant Flash Fiction, September 30, 2021 (scroll to last story in September issue)

On Showing a Unicorn its Magic, Fudoki Magazine. September 3, 2021

A Little Bit of Sunshine in Hell, The Writer’s Playground. September 2, 2021 **fifth place finish in writing competition

The Savvy Woman’s Guide to Living an Idiot-Proof Life, Café Lit. August 24, 2021

Camouflage, Defenestration. April 20, 2021

Unfinished Business, Second Chance Lit: The Phoenix Project, April 11, 2021

The Odds Are Even, Flash Fiction Magazine, March 14, 2021 **Content warning

Something Rare and Beautiful, All Worlds Wayfarer, December 22, 2020 **Available via Kindle Only

Elite AutoSpa, Defenestration, December 20, 2020

The Shadows of Nagasaki, The Centifictionist, November 4, 2020

To Lure Gavin Back Home, Brilliant Flash Fiction, September 30, 2020 (scroll to the third story down) ***Nominated for Pushcart Prize, 2020

Adventurer, The Daily Drunk, September 30, 2020

Community Watch, Little Old Lady Comedy, September 24, 2020

Counting Crows, Literally Stories, May 1, 2020

Into the Morning Light, Credo Espoir, April 2020

The Winner, Fudoki Magazine, March 23, 2020

A Time for Understanding, Metaphorosis, November 2019

**no longer available online, site defunct. Unfinished Business, Telltale Press, November 1, 2019

In the Image of Evie, New Myths Issue 48, September 16, 2019

Seeing Utopia, Luna Station Quarterly, September 3, 2019

Ducklings, Cleaning Up Glitter, July 2019

Population Management, The Satirist, May 12, 2019

Self-Actualization, Theme of Absence, February 15, 2019

The Moment Before, Credo Espoir Issue #3, January 2019

The Twinkie Fitness Aptitude Test, Unlikely Stories Mark V, January 2019

Monster in the Bottle, Ellipsis Zine, September 5, 2018

**no longer available online, site defunct. The Angel’s Death Knell, Foliate Oak Magazine, May 2018

Soliloquy of Swords, Ubiquitousbooks.com

Anthologies

My short stories and poetry are available in the following anthologies and magazines:

72 Hours of Insanity: The Writers Games, Volume 10

The Dark Sire

Envy

72 Hours of Insanity: The Writers Games, Volume 8

The Fruit Stand, Suspicious Activity Anthology, Devil’s Party Press

One Badass Snowflake, WSOFIT Anthology, Devil’s Party Press

And The Light Faded, Alien Days Anthology, Castrum Press

Memory Box, On Loss Anthology

Essays

Musings from the Isolation Chamber, Credo Espoir

A Day in El Yunque, Credo Espoir


Author Interviews

“We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams.”

-Willy Wonka

Author Interview in The Centifictionist, September 2020

Author Interview in The Writers Games, August 2020

Author Interview in Metaphorosis

Author Interview in New Myths, September 2019

NYC Midnight Short Screenplay Competition, 2018 Winner – Author Interview

Read the winning screenplays!

Pilfering The Truffles / Crime Caper

Justice For the Children / Drama

Send In The Clown / Rom Com

Civic Duty / Sci-Fi

Author Interview in Devil’s Party Press, January 2019

Author Interview in Theme of Absence, February 15, 2019

Awards and Honors

Fourth Place, The Writer’s Games, Summer 2021

Honorable Mention, NYCM Flash Fiction Contest 2020

Nominated for Pushcart Prize, 2020 by Brilliant Flash Fiction, “To Lure Gavin Back Home”

Nominated for Best Microfictions and Best Short Fiction, 2020 for “The Shadows of Nagasaki”

Eighth place, The Writer’s Games Portion 2, 2020

Second place, The Writer’s Games Portion 1, 2020

First place, NYC Midnight Short Screenplay Contest, 2018

Third place, NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Contest 2018


About Me

Lisa Fox

is a pharmaceutical market researcher by day

and fiction writer by night.

LISA FOX enjoys crafting short stories and short screenplays across genres, but her passion is for Sci-Fi/Drama hybrids. She thrives on the thrill of creating something out of nothing, in transforming life’s ‘what ifs’ to prose that flashes a mirror on the human condition. As a writer, nothing makes her happier than having readers say that her work made them feel something or look at the world in a different way.

A resident of northern New Jersey in the USA, Lisa relishes the chaos of everyday suburban life. She and her husband Dan are kept busy by the comings and goings of their two sons. Lisa hopes to begin working on a novel in the foreseeable future – she just needs to get those first few words on the page.  


Contact

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Twitter: @iamlisafox10800

lisafox10800@gmail.com

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