Liora Sophie is a late-twenties Israeli writer with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and education. She was born in Northampton, Massachusets, and moved to Israel as a child. She does research and data maintenance at a fundraising firm, and plays cello with Nava Tehila as a volunteer. Liora also acts to raise awareness about multiple issue relating to gender inequality and representation of women in STEM.
“Turned Against Me” featured on Short Fiction Break (2017)
“Let Us Define How We Identify” English translation of my Hebrew article on Mako Pride. (2016)
“Matching Scars” featured on Short Fiction Break (2016)
“A Female Mathematician Walks Into A Bar” on The Good Men Project (2016)
Shadow Lake by Chainbooks, contributing author (2011)