Lisa K. Harris is a Pushcart Prize nominated author whose published more than 150 essays, short stories, and scientific articles about the environment, growing-up, outdoor adventure, and coping with speed bumps. Her work has appeared in Orion Magazine, Passages North, Highlights for Children, and has been anthologized in (M)othering (edited by Sorbie and Grogan, Inanna Press, 2022). Her writing has been shaped by attending Bread Loaf Environmental Conference and she co-authored an environmental policy book (Krausman and Harris, Cumulative Effects, CRC Press, 2011). Lisa migrates between the Sonoran Desert and the Pacific Northwest working as an environmental consultant. She has two daughters, six cats, two desert tortoises, and a scruffy terrier named Lola. www.lisakharris.com.
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