I am the writer of several fantasy novels, the most recent of which I’m currently submitting to agents with the dream of becoming traditionally published (the previous ones are locked in a drawer). I also write short stories in a variety of genres.
I am a member of the Science Fiction Writers of America, Codex Writers, and am the Treasurer for Dream Foundry, a non-profit aimed at helping beginner speculative authors/artists.
I worked in IT at AOL and Disney for many years each. I’ve also worked as a horse groom, at a zoo, and at a utility company.
I was diagnosed with autism as an adult and have recently figured out that I’m a romantic asexual.
I suffer from a number of chronic issues, including Endometriosis, Fibromyalgia, PCOS, IBS, and allergies to several chemicals that are used in everything.
I tie-dye nearly everything I own (lucky for me, the few fabrics I can wear are also the ones that take the dye the best).
I hate running, but was once talked into doing several RunDisney races, including the “Dopey” series of races, which includes a full marathon (I will never do a full marathon again).
I also enjoy horse-back riding, singing karaoke, playing games of all types, and spoiling our cats.
Evergreen Lee prefers the speculative world to reality. Her too many hobbies include gaming, spoiling cats, tie-dyeing everything, and searching for unicorns. Her short fiction has appeared at Daily Science Fiction, Factor Four and Departure Mirror. She is the Treasurer for Dream Foundry, a non-profit aimed at helping beginner speculative writers and artists. She very occasionally blogs at evergreenlee.com.