Lisa M. Bradley's first collection of short fiction and poetry is The Haunted Girl (Aqueduct Press, 2014), which includes the Rhysling Award-finalist poems "The Haunted Girl" and "we come together we fall apart" (Long Poem category in 2011 and 2013, respectively). Also included are "Three Things," finalist for a Dwarf Stars award (2009), and her short story "Gehenesis," which garnered an Honorable Mention in The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror 18.

Her poetry has appeared in various anthologies, including The Moment of Change: An Anthology of Feminist Speculative Poetry (Lemberg, ed.), Flying Higher: An Anthology of Superhero Poetry (Thomas and Lipkin, eds.), and Mythic Delirium 1 (Allen and Allen, eds.). Her work also appears in numerous journals, such as Through the Gate, Liminality, Devilfish Review, Strange Horizons, Stone Telling, Cicada, Mothering, and Weird Tales.

She has contributed critical essays to Wiscon Chronicles 7: Shattering Ableist Narratives (Vanderhooft, ed.) and the online journal Stone Telling. Her series of essays, "Writing Latin@ Characters Well," is indexed on her website:

A Latina writer of Tejano heritage, Lisa lives in Iowa with her spouse, child, and two cats. She is currently working on a fantasy set on the Texas-Mexico border in the 1930s.