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Lisa H. Owens

She / Her/ Hers

Weatherford, TX 76086 TX

Lisa H. Owens, a former monthly humorist columnist, resides in North Texas with two rescue dogs, a lone surviving air-plant named Claw and a work-from-home job as an environmental compliance coordinator. Her first published story was a true horror about the time she was nearly abducted by Ted Bundy while her family temporarily resided at a shady motel in Pensacola Florida in 1978. Her work has been featured on Black Hare Press, The World of Myth MagazineBlack Ink Fiction, The Drabble, Globe Soup, Beneath the Surface News, SpillwordsWOW! (Women on Writing), International Lockdown JournalHorror Tree’s Dark Nowhere Series, Short Story Avenue, The NZ Dream, Short Story Town, Coping Magazine and narrated on Creepy Pod podcast and The Poet’s Lounge—a channel on YouTube. Lisa also has a plethora of short stories and poems published in anthologies of various genres, was includ

Joined January 2021

What I Write

Fiction
Poetry
Horror
Mystery/Thriller/Suspense
Science Fiction/Fantasy
Memoir
Personal Essays
Narrative Nonfiction
Technical Writing
Young Adult
Middle Grade

Where I'm at in the Process

Planning/Pre-Writing
Writing
Editing/Revising
Querying
Published and Promoting

Do what you love; love what you do.

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Personal Information

First Name

Lisa H.

Display Name

lisah-owensgmail-com

Last Name

Owens

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Preferred Name

Lisa H. Owens

Pronouns

She / Her/ Hers

City

Weatherford, TX 76086

State

TX

Email

lisah.owens@gmail.com

What I Write

Fiction, Poetry, Horror, Mystery/Thriller/Suspense, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Memoir, Personal Essays, Narrative Nonfiction, Technical Writing, Young Adult, Middle Grade

I am Currently...

Writing

Bio

Lisa H. Owens, a former monthly humorist columnist, resides in North Texas with two rescue dogs, a lone surviving air-plant named Claw and a work-from-home job as an environmental compliance coordinator. Her first published story was a true horror about the time she was nearly abducted by Ted Bundy while her family temporarily resided at a shady motel in Pensacola Florida in 1978.

Her work has been featured on Black Hare Press, The World of Myth MagazineBlack Ink Fiction, The Drabble, Globe Soup, Beneath the Surface News, SpillwordsWOW! (Women on Writing), International Lockdown JournalHorror Tree’s Dark Nowhere Series, Short Story Avenue, The NZ Dream, Short Story Town, Coping Magazine and narrated on Creepy Pod podcast and The Poet’s Lounge—a channel on YouTube.

Lisa also has a plethora of short stories and poems published in anthologies of various genres, was included in “Who’s Who of Emerging Writers, 2021,” and was featured as one of Black Ink Fiction’s “Women in Horror, 2022.” Her stories are typically inspired by true events, often including private jokes and family nicknames. Read more of her work at http://www.lisahowens.com.

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Do what you love; love what you do.