Karen Lieversz is a writer who enjoys exploring the darker side of human behaviour and relationships, but that doesn’t stop her from weaving humour and romance into her stories whenever the characters demand it. Guilt, obsession and yearning are just some of the themes she is exploring in her larger works.
Karen was named a finalist in Romance Writer’s of Australia’s Valerie Parv Award for 2020. Her latest short story, published in the Leather anthology in August 2020, was awarded equal second place in RWA’s Spicy Bites competition. Karen also has short stories and poetry published in a number of anthologies, including Stringybark, Newcastle Grieve and Eucalypt Journals.
Karen lives in Sydney, with the bush at her doorstep, providing the perfect backdrop for many of Karen’s stories. When she isn’t writing you can find her dressing up and hitting the dance floor with her husband or enjoying long walks with her dog (or at her day job, because food and dresses don’t just magically appear).
Dream as if you’ll live forever. Live as if you’ll die today.James Dean