Lisa Timpf

Lisa Timpf is a retired HR and communications professional who lives in Simcoe, Ontario. When she started writing speculative fiction in 2014, Lisa found that anthropomorphic fiction was one of the areas she was drawn to, perhaps in part because of the Thornton W. Burgess books she enjoyed as a child. Lisa’s anthropomorphic 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, The Daily Grind, and Home for the Howlidays. She has shared her home with dogs for about 2/3 of her life, her current furry companion being a Jack Russel-Cocker Spaniel cross named Chet. Lisa also spent six years as the personal servant of a rescue cat called Smokey. These experience have helped inform her anthropomorphic writing.

You can find out more about Lisa’s writing at her web site,