Andrea Lambert is a writer, editor and artist in Los Angeles. Issues of the Dionysian, ritual, boundaries and fluidity inhabit her work. She is a postmodernist. Andrea Lambert is the author of Jet Set Desolate (Future Fiction London, 2009), Lorazepam & the Valley of Skin (valeveil, 2009), and G(u)ilt (Lost Angelene 2011). She has an MFA in Critical Studies from California Institute of the Arts and a BA in English from Reed College.
Her work has appeared in HTMLGIANT, 3:AM Magazine, Ready, Able, Queer Mental Health, The LA Telephone Book, Loved Lettered, Chronometry, and Off the Rocks #16. She has performed at Rhapsodomancy, the Echo, the West Hollywood Book Fair, the Los Angeles Road Concerts, the 2nd New Los Angeles Folk Festival, homo-centric and at REDCAT.
Former co-curator of the Featherless Reading Series, Andrea is currently editor at Lost Angelene and correspondent at Bruises Like Blue Roses Magazine. Eye of Andromeda, her experimental memoir, is in revisions.