Lisa Lucca


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Meet Lisa . . .

Lisa Lucca has been writing most of her life and writes passionately about life, love, family and living true to who you are. She is a #BlogHer17 Voice of the Year Honoree for her piece Two Roofs, One Home, and her essay Ashes of A Purple Heart won First Prize on WOW-womenonwriting.com.


Lisa's work has been published on sites such as GoodMenProject.com, Midlifeoulevard.com, SweatpantsAndCoffee.com, and she was a monthly blogger for GayDadProject.com. 


Lisa is co-author of a memoir she created with her partner, Mark, You Are Loved…an email memoir and is currently at work on her next memoir project, Out of the Ordinary: A Daughter's Memoir of Acceptance, focusing on her relationship with her gay father who came out during her adolescence in the early 1970s. She and Mark moved from the San Francisco Bay Area to New Mexico in 2018.


Literary Events:
Bay Area Generations: SF Bay Area curated literary series (selected 4 times - 2015 – 2017)

Books, Inc. - To Live and Write in Alameda Story Slam: Monthly curated essay showcase (selected 12 times 2015-2018)

Book talks for You Are Loved at various bookstores and libraries in SF Bay Area in CA; Chicago and Oak Park, IL; Austin, TX; Fort Collins, CO

Radio show host – Live True with Lisa Lucca - Fridays at 10:00 am MT I interview artists, writers, community members and interesting people living true to who they are in a creative way, and offer insight and information to craft a meaningful life.                           Visit my archives

KTAL-LP 101.5 FM Las Cruces, NM– public radio. KTAL serves the Mesilla Valley of southern New Mexico with global live stream at lccommunityradio.org.





Contributing author (written as Lisa Dalton):
A Guide to Getting It: Purpose & Passion – Chapter Go Deep  (Clarity of Vision, Inc. 2005)

Water Cooler Diaries: Women Across America Share Their Day at Work – Chapter Life Coach
(Da Capo Press 2008)

 Resurrecting Proust: Unearthing Personal Narratives through Journaling – Essay Breathtaking
(Telling Our Stories Press 2010)