Laura Hazan is a librarian with the Enoch Pratt Free Library where she runs the weekly Light Street Writers Exchange. She completed her first novel, Little Boxes, and is still seeking representation for publication. She has a B.A. in communications from American University, a M.L.S. in Library Science from the University of Maryland, and attended the “Your Novel Year” program at Arizona State University’s Piper Writing Center. In addition, her work has been published in Natural Bridge, Kirkwood Patch, Sauce Magazine, and Not A Pipe Publishing’s #yearofpublishingwomen anthology Strongly Worded Women. In 2019 Laura was a writer-in-residence for the Highlandtown Arts District in Baltimore, Maryland where she resides with her son, her husband and their one-eyed dog, Boh.
Laura can also be found at:
The Scheherazade Project | Rewrite It Club | Light Street Writer’s Exchange | Junior League of Baltimore
This is a touching idea and is very close to my heart as I grew up a few hours away from St. Louis. Hope Maryland is just as exciting!