Lara Lillibridge Mother, writer, off-key singer and occasionally inappropriate dancer.

Lara Lillibridge is a recent graduate of West Virginia Wesleyan College’s MFA program. In March of 2016 she was a top 5 finalist for DisQuiet’s literary prize in Creative Nonfiction, judged by Phillip Graham. She has had essays published in Vandalia and Polychrome Ink; on the web at Huffington Post, The Good Men Project, The Feminist Wire, Airplane Reading, Thirteen Ways to Tell a Story, Weirderary, and Brain, Child magazine's Brain, Mother blog, with a reprint on Australia’s ivillage website. She is currently a co-editor for an anthology of women’s voices entitled, Memoirs of the Feminine Divine: Voices of Power and Invisibility. Some of her published work is available at

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