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Lisa M. Collins lives in central Arkansas with her husband and an adorable cat, Baby Girl, who believes she is Lisa's co-author. Her nonfiction has been published in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and the Dead Mule School of Southern Literature. She copy edited and researched on Understanding Global Slavery by University of California Press and Metahuman Press. Lisa is a creative contributor with Pro Se Productions, and a Sally A. Williams Grant winner from the Arkansas Arts Council for writing.

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Lisa M. Collins When I have writer's block I read. Reading just for pleasure is my real get-away. So often, as a writer, I get in the habit of reading for research or…moreWhen I have writer's block I read. Reading just for pleasure is my real get-away. So often, as a writer, I get in the habit of reading for research or editing, and at some point I just have to stop. I may read 4-5 novels one right after the other like potato chips. I read until all I can think about is the story I'm writing and then I get back to work. I guess you could say reading is my stress valve. (less)
Lisa M. Collins I just completed a science fiction short story that will be published this fall! Details coming soon!

Currently, I am working on two short stories for…more
I just completed a science fiction short story that will be published this fall! Details coming soon!

Currently, I am working on two short stories for two different publishers, so as soon as the announcements go out I'll be able to get you more information.

I am also working on the first novel in my Chevron Colonization science fiction series. I decided I wanted to add to the story an element of mystery before publication of the book one.(less)
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Meet Elizabeth Grissom, Starborne Academy Cadet

One of the things I’m doing differently, this year, as part of my resolutionfor 2018, is to take my writing to the next level. In the past I’ve been a dyed in the wool pantser. I have written two complete novels that way, but I have to admit, I have treated my writing as more of a hobby until now. As my first step into the professional world of novel writing, publishing, and books, I have decid...

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“There is a tide in the affairs of men
which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune...”
― William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar”
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“All photographs are memento mori. To take a photograph is to participate in another person’s (or thing’s) mortality, vulnerability, mutability. Precisely by slicing out this moment and freezing it, all photographs testify to time’s relentless melt.”
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which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune...”
― William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar”
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“When I write I feel like I can breathe. It’s like yoga for the brain.”
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“If you argue for your limitations you get to keep them. But if you argue for your possibilities you get to create them!”
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“Of all creatures that breathe and move upon the earth, nothing is bred that is weaker than man.”
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