Corry L. Lee is an award-winning science fiction and fantasy writer living in Seattle, Washington. She also has a Ph.D. in experimental particle physics from Harvard University.
Corry's military science fiction short story "Shutdown" won the Writers of the Future Competition, an international contest for new writers in speculative fiction. "Shutdown" is published in Vol. 28 of the anthology L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future.
Since completing her doctorate in 2011, Corry has been writing full time. Her current project is a novel of science, romance, and intrigue set in an alternate 1890s England, in which the British Empire teeters on the brink of war with the Russio-Chinese Alliance. The Clockwork Empire follows a young lady inventor and a British spy as they race to stop an Alliance plot in England.More about Corry.