Lisa A. Barnett
Born and raised in Dorchester, Massachusetts, she attended the Girls' Latin School. After graduating from the University of Massachusetts Boston with a bachelor's degree in English, Ms. Barnett worked at Baker's Plays before being hired as an editor at Heinemann publishing company in 1988.
She was also survived by two sisters, a brother, and two nephews.
All are co-authored with Melissa Scott.
The Armor of Light (1988)
Point of Hopes (1995)
Point of Dreams (2001)—2001 winner of the Lambda Literary Award for Horror/Science Fiction/Fantasy
"The Carmen Miranda Gambit" (1990)
- Sakers, Don (2006-05-04). "Lisa A. Barnett". Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. Retrieved 2007-05-16.
- Stickgold, Emma (2006-05-07). "Lisa A. Barnett, fiction writer who created worlds of fantasy". Boston Globe. Retrieved 2007-03-16.
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