Cassandra Lane is Managing Editor of L.A. Parent magazine. She received an MFA in creative writing from Antioch University Los Angeles. Her stories have appeared in a variety of newspapers, magazines, anthologies and storytelling venues, including The Times-Picayune, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, Writer’s Resist, Expressing Motherhood and the New York Times’ “Conception” series. Her book-length project explores the impact of her great-grandfather’s lynching and her “late” entry into motherhood. She recently served on an AWP panel entitled “Writing & Mothering: Black Women Writing Under a Quadruple ‘Minority’ in America.” A Louisiana native, she lives with her family in Los Angeles.
Pact Press is proud to include “Children Question The Bully’s Right To The Presidential Seat,” by Cassandra Lane, in our upcoming anthology, Fury: Women’s Lived Experiences in the Age of Trump.