Lisa M. Bradley is the author of Exile (SF, Rosarium, June 2019) and The Haunted Girl (short SF and poetry, Aqueduct Press, 2014), which includes the Rhysling Award-finalist poems "The Haunted Girl" and "we come together we fall apart" (Long Poem category, 2011, 2013). She is the Poetry Editor for Uncanny Magazine’s special issue Disabled People Destroy Fantasy (Fall 2019).
Bradley’s short fiction and poetry have appeared in various anthologies, including The Moment of Change: An Anthology of Feminist Speculative Poetry (Lemberg, ed.), Sunvault: Stories of Solarpunk and Eco-Speculation (Wagner and Wieland, eds.), Spelling the Hours: Poetry Celebrating the Forgotten Others of Science and Technology (Lemberg, ed.), and FUNGI (Moreno-Garcia and Grey, eds.), the Japanese edition of which came out in 2018. Her work also appears in numerous journals, such as Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Strange Horizons, Fireside Magazine, Uncanny Magazine, Podcastle, and Polu Texni.
A queer Latina who grew up on the Texas-Mexico border, Lisa now lives in Iowa with her spouse and their teenager. She is currently working on a horror novel about Mexican anarchism and werewolves.