Lisa Bubert is a Texas-raised, Nashville-based writer. Her work is informed by the place and the people of rural Central Texas. Raised on a ranch and surrounded by prairie, Lisa strives to pay homage to the culture of her childhood, specifically that of independent cattlemen, sharecroppers, and their complicated relationship with the land.
Her fiction and poetry has appeared in Barnstorm Journal, Spartan, Typehouse Magazine, and more. She has forthcoming work from Carolina Quarterly. Her second novel, regarding climate change and our obligations to the natural world, is in-progress. Currently, Lisa also works as a librarian, specializing in early literacy and reading advocacy.