Lisa Trank is a Longmont, Colorado-based writer and performer. Her interview with poet, spiritual teacher, and cancer survivor, Mark Nepo, appeared in Tiferet in the Fall 2016 Issue. Her short story, “1939 Plymouth, or the Bootlegger’s Driver,” was a finalist in the 2015 Saturday Evening Post Great American Fiction Contest. Her work has been published in Salon.com, the University of Denver Journal, MindBodyGreen, and Kveller. In 2017, she will be a regular contributor to Patheos Spirituality.
“I’m a first generation American Jew and proud daughter of a Holocaust survivor. I write American Jewish Experience-based fiction for young adults, and non-fiction, centered on expanding and deepening our view of the world and our connection.”