Lisa Gaultier spent her childhood in Paris and did a foundation year in arts before moving to London where she is currently studying Creative Writing and Film at the University of Roehampton. She likes to write humorous pieces which delve into the absurd nature of things and experiment with voice and point of view. Her works often include bugs, frogs, cats and complicated family dynamics. Her goal is to become a screenwriter for TV, while still writing short fiction on the side.
She has been published in her university’s anthology, In Which Dragons Are Real But (Fincham Press, 2018) and is also working as a screenwriter for Stabo Films.