About the Author
Lauren’s most recent work, “Our Daily Bread,” is the deeply compassionate story of what happens when we view our neighbors as “The Other” as well as the transcendent power of unlikely friendships. It has been named one of the Best Books of the Year by The Boston Globe and The Globe & Mail. Her first novel, “The Stubborn Season,” was a national bestseller and named as one of the Top 15 Bestselling First Novels by Amazon.ca and Books in Canada. It was also chosen by Robert Adams for his prestigious 2003-2004 book review series. Her second novel, “The Radiant City,” was a finalist for the Rogers Writers Trust Fiction Award. She has also published two collections of short stories, “An Unrehearsed Desire” (longlisted for the Relit Award) and “Rat Medicine & Other Unlikely Curatives.”
Lauren B. Davis was born in Montreal and lived in France for ten years from 1994-2004. She now lives in Princeton, New Jersey with her husband, Ron, and her dog, Bailey, known as the Rescuepoo. A well-respected creative writing teacher who has taught in Geneva, Paris and Ireland, as well as in the USA and Canada, she is also a past Mentor with the Humber College Creative Writing by Correspondence Program, and past Writer-in-Residence at Trinity Church, Princeton. She now leads “Sharpening the Quill” writers’ workshops in Princeton, and teaches occasionally at various correctional facilities.
For more information, please visit her website at: www.LaurenBDavis.com
01/02 A Heart of Gold
12/18 A World Without Words
04/27 An Understated and Gently Profound Voice
01/04 Can I Help You?
11/04 In Sickness and in Health