She probably attended a local parochial grammar school and college prep, followed by University. Although her father was prominent in the local broad media, she chose another path, teaching for a time at an academy, then pursuing various careers with various state and federal instruments of government.
After her fist marriage, Lisa Jain left few traces on the literary scene until she reappeared as Starpoet, a decade before the century turned. The years between University and her re-emergence are known as her “lost years.”
Lisa Jain died sometime in the latter half of the first century of the third millennium, survived by her wife Sharon, their eight children, numerous friends, an extended family, and the body of work known as Starpoet.