Lisa Timpf

I am a retired HR and communications professional who lives in Simcoe, Ontario. When I started writing speculative fiction in 2014, I found that one of the areas I was drawn to was anthropomorphic fiction. (Maybe some of the blame for that can be laid on Thornton W. Burgess, whose books I greatly enjoyed as a child.) My anthro fiction has been published in zines like New Myths and Electric Spec, and anthologies like From A Cat’s View I and II, Dogs of War, and The Daily Grind. I’ve shared my home with dogs for about 2/3 of my life (my current furry companion is a border collie), and spent six years as the personal servant of a rescue cat called Smokey. These experience have helped inform my fiction.