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Lisa von Biela

Inspired by the likes of Stephen King and Rod Serling, Lisa began writing horror and sci-fi short stories near the turn of the century.  Her first published story appeared in Greg F. Gifune’s small press ‘zine The Edge in 2002.  She stayed with short fiction, honing her craft and seeing more of her work published, before finally embarking on her first novel, The Genesis Code, released by DarkFuse in 2013.

After working in Information Technology for 25 years, Lisa dropped out of everything—including writing—to attend the University of Minnesota Law School.  She graduated magna cum laude in 2009, and now practices law and writes in the Seattle area. 

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Magazine Contributions

“Broken Chain: Hunting Down the Links”

You are what you eat. How many times have you heard that old saying? What if...

“Inspiration Strikes in the Strangest of Places”

What would you do?  Would you stay—or would you be too scared? Forget cruises, fancy destinations,...

“Comfort Woman” (Featured Fiction #6)

Nothing happened when Charlie planted his hands on the arms of his threadbare recliner and...

“Blockbuster: The Future of Pathogens?”

© 2015 by Lisa von Biela.  All Rights Reserved.   Lots of things scare me, some more...

“Control House” (Featured Fiction #4)

"Control House" © 2014 by Lisa von Biela.  All rights reserved. Often I will encounter some...

“Caught in Time”: An Exclusive Short Story From Lisa von Biela, author of THE JANUS LEGACY

Story Notes Certain themes tend to recur in my work—some intentionally, and some subconsciously.  The Janus...

“Stilettos, Take Me Home” (Horror d’oeuvre #8)

Stella squinted through the smoky haze. Damn if her drink wasn’t empty again. She leaned...

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