Born and raised in Utah, Ginger Lee Thomason currently lives in Cambridge, England. She is working on her PhD in Creative Writing at Anglia Ruskin University, under the supervision of Dr. Tiffani Angus. She also has a professional background in higher and public education administration and with the US Federal Government.
For her PhD, she has written a novel titled How to Cook a Dragon, the plot of which can be described as “Masterchef in Middle-Earth.” The accompanying academic portion will be about food and food culture’s role fantasy subcreation. Other research interests include the wider umbrella of food studies (like food writing, cooking shows, and cookery books), queer theory and LGBTQ+ literature, poetry, and history (American, Tudor, and the Ancient World). Previous publications include “Layton, Utah” in Reaching Beyond the Saguaros, by Serving House Books, and poems published in the Icarus Down Review and the Yellow Chair Review.
Aside from reading and/or writing, Ginger can usually be found cooking, playing card, board or trivia games, watching movies or live theatre, and traveling. For more works please visit www.gingerleethomason.com. You can also follow her on Twitter and Instagram: @gingerlee13.
“Stay weird, stay different.” –Graham Moore, Screenwriter
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