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Laura Schadler grew up in the mountains of Virginia. She studied filmmaking at Bard College, and writing at California College of the Arts. Her fiction has appeared in The Southern Review, Denver Quarterly, Gettysburg Review, Fourteen Hills, and West Branch Wired, among others. She teaches writing and is currently working on a novel.
Laura Schadler's Latest Posts
Songs that are just right for the shorter, darker days of fall!
Now more than ever is the time to protect and champion what we love, engage fully with it, read it all the way through to the end.
Despite its best efforts, this absurd reality show has finally revealed one of the most real things: that at the end of it all, we will die.
Why do some great books slip into obscurity? And what brings them back?
What can a novel from the 1800s and a modern day TV show have in common? Answer: so, so much.
By featuring strangers kissing, Tatia Pilieva’s First Kiss reminds us of our full capacity for connection and that everyone we love now was once a complete stranger.