Lee Pulaski

Lee Pulaski grew up in the dry heat of Arizona in a small town called Chino Valley. A dry spell in Lee's creative juices in 2006 prompted him to take a vacation in Wisconsin with family. Getting into a new environment and seeing the beauty of the fall colors is what inspired Lee to write his first novel, The Colors of Love and Autumn. Since that book, Lee has crafted another dozen, ranging from romance to paranormal to mysteries. Lee is currently writing the sixth book in the Zachary Gagewood Mysteries, which is due out in summer 2017.

Besides books, Lee has also published a two-act play, Grandma’s House of Waffles. Lee has more than 20 years of experience in newspaper journalism, currently serving as presentation editor for Wolf River Media. Lee is also an award-winning photographer, taking pictures for his job and for many of his book covers. 

Related events

Writing workshop: Using Facts to Craft Fiction

with Lee Pulaski

Brown County Library - Downtown (Think Tank- Second Floor)

April 30, 9:00 AM – 10:15 AM


Track: Writing Craft