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Michele Lang writes fantasy, science fiction, crime, and romance, as well as non-fiction. Her Lady Lazarus WWII historical fantasy series was published by Tor Books, and her short fiction has been published by DAW, PM Press, WMG Press, among others. Her new urban fantasy Wild Things is releasing April 2016 from Booktrope.
A recovering attorney, Michele has practiced the unholy craft of litigation in both New York and Connecticut. She returned to her native New York shortly before 9/11, and now lives in a small town on the North Shore of Long Island with her family.
Michele Lang writes thrilling tales set in dangerous worlds: the stories of witches, lawyers, goddesses, bankers, demons, and other magical creatures hidden in plain sight. Author of the Lady Lazarus historical urban fantasy series, Michele’s most recent story in the series, “The Witch of Budapest,” released October 2014.
She also has published numerous short stories in the crime, fantasy, romance, and science fiction genres. Her next book, an urban fantasy titled Wild Things, is releasing in April 2016.
Michele is a recovering lawyer who has practiced the unholy craft of litigation in both New York and Connecticut. She returned to her native New York shortly before 9/11, and now lives in a small town on the North Shore of Long Island with her husband, her sons, and a rotating menagerie of cats, hermit crabs, and butterflies.
Michele is a member of the Romance Writers of America and the Long Island Romance Writers, where she serves as a board member.
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