Isabel Nee loves reading, writing, science, birds, and mythology. Her interest in the sciences, namely rare genetic conditions, often finds its way into her fiction and has prompted her focus on biology in college. She’s had prose and poetry published in elementia magazine and Showcase Selections ~ 2016, and was on elementia’s teen editorial board for four years. Her short fiction has appeared on the Confabulator Café, where she was a semi-regular contributor until its closure in December 2019.
Isabel recently finished her first YA fantasy novel after six long years of toil. She swears high school is the reason it took her so long, though she has yet to prove this. She can be found online at her website and on various social media pages. Although transplanted to the south, her love for her Kansas hometown stays alive in many of her stories and novels.