Published Creative Work

Big news!

Lisa is has completed final edits of her memoir Calamity Becomes Her and pitching agents who represent the authors of her favorite memoirs! An epic thank you to Jayne Benjulian, author of Five Sextillion Atoms, and Marcia Meier of Willow Books for their hearty encouragement, talent and support on the project!

A PARTIAL LIST OF LISA’S PUBLISHED WORK INCLUDES:

Jen Pastiloff’s The Manifest-Station, Why I Don’t Regret Having Kids, Fall, 2019

Memoir Magazine, Forgive Me, Fall 2019

Machines for Freedom Blog, Why I Love Bike Commuting in Boston, 6/18

Fiction Southeast, This Writer’s Secret to Doing What She Loves, 8/17

Ariana’s HuffPost, What the Wrong Job Can Teach You, 1/16

Elephant Journal, She, Mother. Me, Daughter, 1/15

Elephant Journal, What Happened When I Performed Reiki on My Conservative Mother, 1/15

Elephant Journal, My Dear Friend, the Dirty, 12/14

GHOSTWRITTEN BLOGS FOR DELL TECHNOLOGIES

Please visit Lisa’s blog for many more samples of her writing.

WRITER RESIDENCIES

  • Awarded Fairhope Center for the Writing Arts Inc. (FCWA) One Month Writer-in-Residency, Wolff Cottage, Fairhope, Alabama, 8/18

ABOUT LISA

Lisa has been publishing essays for five years on the writing life, sex and relationships, and her love for horses, dogs and cowboy country. One of her essays appeared in the IPPY-award-winning anthology Unmasked: Women Write About Sex and Intimacy After Fifty, published in 2017. She lives near Boston, where she rides horses and commutes by bike to her job writing and editing technology blogs for Dell Technologies. She is currently pitching her memoir Calamity Becomes Her to literary agents and is at work on the sequel. You can contact Lisa at lisa dot demasi at gmail dot com.

You can pick up your copy of ‘Unmasked’ here.

Lisa can be reached at lisa dot demasi at gmail.

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