About Me

I’m a perpetual student (St. Andrews, NYU and University of Edinburgh) and currently a Writer (that’s with a capital W) and Editor (ditto) living in Brooklyn, working on my first novel and surviving via freelance assignments editing romance novels (it’s as much fun as it sounds, trust me).

I welcome all comments, input, flame wars, and general appreciations (i.e: God, you’re such an amazing writer! Here’s a book contract!).  This is all my own work, and I spend countless hours making it 100% perfect and remarkable and generally brilliant, so please don’t yell at me.

I’m always looking for new opportunities to write, publish, and edit. Please get in touch, using the info on my contact page.

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Comments
  1. Mark Kohut says:

    in my lifetime in the publishing business, I might suggest that it was publishers who created–solidified?–the genre ‘literary fiction”…all books to sell and market need a label, a genre……..

    when I started it was all fiction, some seen as ‘more serious’ than others; more serious than ‘commercial”

    yes, “round about @1910 human nature changed” wrote Ms Woolf and artists changed in capturing it…..

  2. Gabriel Hershman says:

    Hi Lauren,you have a great site!
    There’s a lot about Theatre of Blood in my forthcoming biography of Ian Hendry. It’s called Send in the Clowns – the Yo Yo Life of Ian Hendry. More info here at http://www.retrosellers.com

    Best Wishes
    Gabriel

  3. […] to the female perspective, courtesy of Lauren Humphries-Brooks. Lauren writes about movies over at Suddenly, A Shot Rang Out… and is also a frequent contributor at Man I Love Films. She says of herself, “I long to be a […]

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