Lisa Hill-Corley is a fiction writer in Northern Virginia. She holds an MFA in fiction from George Mason University, where she was the fiction editor of So to Speak: a feminist journal of language and art. She was a finalist in the Charles Johnson Student Fiction award in Crab Orchard Review. She was also a Managing Editor for Gazing Grain, a feminist press sponsored by GMU Fall for the Book.
Her work has appeared in The Oklahoma Review and Diverse Voices Quarterly. She is also a co-playwright on Tinner Hill: Portraits in Black and White, which was produced at Creative Cauldron. She is at work on a novel, Tribute. She lives in Fairfax, VA with
her husband and family.