A reformed screenwriter, Lisa Morton is now the proud author of three books of nonfiction (The Cinema of Tsui Hark, The Halloween Encyclopedia and A Halloween Anthology). Her short fiction has been published in numerous books and magazines; recent and forthcoming appearances include the anthologies Winter Frights, Unspeakable Horror: From the Shadows of the Closet, The Living Dead and Midnight Premiere. Lisa won the 2006 Bram Stoker Award for Short Fiction, and she currently lives in North Hollywood with Henry the Red from Army of Darkness.


Lisa Morton has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

Smart Broads and Tough Guys: The Strange World of Vintage Paperbacks

NON-FICTION by Lisa Morton in Issue 22 – July 2008

It all started with Lance Casebeer. In the late 60s, a man with a name that sounded as if it’d come straight from a cheap crime novel started collecting old paperbacks. Casebeer, who’d once been a comic book dealer, traded one expendable pop culture item for another, and in 1976 he started sharing his obsession […]