Lori Graham is an American living in Woodbridge, England with her partner. She is perpetually torn between England and the U.S., where her adult children and grand cats reside. Lori writes poetry, nonfiction, fiction and has had her work featured on BBC Radio and Micro Podcast.
Lori enjoys writing about ghosts, spooky atmospheres, magical realism, and LGBTQ themes. She received her B.A. in English from the University of North Florida so that she could have an excuse to read good literature and write about it while earning a degree. She graduated late in life in the midst of raising three kids. Lori has worn many hats in her life, including writing for the local newspaper, teaching sign language to high schoolers, and being a college admissions advisor. She is currently working from home as a Student Success Associate for an online college. She spends her free time writing, exploring old churches and graveyards in the English countryside, and hopes to get out and explore England now that lockdown is finally coming to an end!
Something Lori finds quite remarkable is that all of her published works have been in the last year, since February 2020! She is 56 years old and feels quite surprised and pleased to have had so much published in a short amount of time.
Who's Who of Emerging Writers 2021 has listed Lori in their latest edition!
Lori has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize
Lori is also the co-editor-in-chief of Tipping the Scales Literary Journal.
Contact Lori via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org