Kathryn Lance (KL)  is a professional writer and ghostwriter of fiction and nonfiction, an editor, a writing instructor, and writing consultant. The author of more than 50 books, KL has also written hundreds of articles. (For details, see "Publications" list.)

KL is the author of several novels, the most recent of which is PANDORA'S PROMISE, the third book in The Pandora's Trilogy, a science fiction adventure/romance series that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world devastated by a recombinant-DNA disaster. Pandora's Genes, the first book in the series, won Romance Times' Best New Science Fiction award in 1986.  Pandora's Children, published in 1987, continued the story begun in the first book.  Pandora's Promise, which stands alone as a novel, features telepathic elephants and an intense and unusual love triangle.

KL is a member of Science Fiction Writers of America.

When not writing, KL  is a docent at Tohono Chul Park  and the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum,  two world-renowned nature venues in the Tucson, Arizona area.