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.
Lisa has written for theater as well. Her play, Waste of a Good Wig, was chosen for the inaugural Brown Sugar Bake off Festival for Black Womxn Playwrights. She is also a co-playwright on Tinner Hill: Portraits in Black and White, which was produced at Creative Cauldron. Her most recent work is for Two Strikes' Production This Crown is Mine.
She is at work on a novel, Tribute. She lives in Fairfax, VA with her husband and family.
"Advice to an 80's Child Dealing with Her Hair"
This Crown is Mine - Two Strikes Theatre Collective
"Waste of Good Wig" for Brown Sugar Bakeoff Festival
Strand Theatre and Two Strikes Theatre Collective
The Pick Up in the Oklahoma Review Vol 13, Issue 1