Lisa Rodrigues is an Eurasian writer in her 30-somethings based in Perth, Western Australia. Her natural environment used to be goth clubs, but these days she’s more likely found rollerskating or doing acrobatics by the beach.

She was first published in 2019. In 2020 she won the KSP Writer’s Centre ‘Spooky stories’ competition and was a finalist in Writing WA’s ‘Flashing the cover’ competition. In 2021 she was accepted into Peter Cowan’s two year emerging writers program.

She has a degree in Communications which she mostly uses to work in COVID-19 communications campaigns for the State Government. She’s also been a member of the KSP Writing Centre board since 2020.

She’s inspired by Neil Gaiman, Charles de Lint, Piers Anthony, Ilona Andrews, Patricia Briggs, Martha Wells, Meagan Spooner, Jay Kristoff, Amie Kaufman and many more.

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