Laurie Stone is the author of three works of fiction and non-fiction. A longtime writer for the Village Voice, she has been theater critic for The Nation and critic-at-large on Fresh Air. Her stories and essays have appeared in such publications as Open City, Ms., nthWord, TriQuarterly, The Literary Review, Threepenny Review, Speakeasy, Exquisite Corpse, Stone Canoe, American Theatre Magazine, and Creative Nonfiction. Her work has also appeared in such anthologies as In the Fullness of Time, The Face in the Mirror, Writers at Work, The Other Woman, Best New Writing of 2007, and Full Frontal Fiction. In 2005, she participated in “Novel: An Installation,” working on a book and living in a house designed by architects Salazar/Davis in Flux Factory’s gallery space. She has recently completed My Life as an Animal, a Memoir and is at work on The Pain of Language, a collection of essays.
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