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Laura K. Warrell

Laura K. Warrell is a writer and educator living in Boston.  She teaches writing at the Berklee College of Music and UMass Boston.  Her work has been featured in Salon.com, Racialicious.com and the Boston Globe, among other publications. Her essays, short stories and reviews have appeared in Numéro Cinq.

Fiction

Birthday Girl: A Story of the Boston Marathon Bombing

Nonfiction

Race & Art in America: The Invisible Man meets Django Unchained

Shopping While Black: Thoughts after Trayvon Martin

Reviews

Rescuing the Wicked Queen: Review of Helen Oyeyemi’s Boy, Snow, Bird

The Story Begins in Death: A Review of Javier Marias’ The Infatuations

It Is Love, My Frightened Ones, Love: Review of Robin Oliveira’s I Always Loved You

Telling Stories While We Die: Review of Kyung-sook Shin’s I’ll Be Right There

Interviews

The Sadder It Gets The Funnier It Gets: Interview with Steve Almond

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