Check out a writer profile of Laura at Spank the Carp.
The Jersey Devil Stays Busy, Fiction Kitchen, November 2020
A Tree Telling of Girl Magic, Elephant Ladder Fall 2020
Unlucky Sometimes, Constellate Literary Magazine
Energy From Living Things at X-R-A-Y Lit, January 2020
Jen: A Job Description in Mojave Heart, January 2019
Just a Phase: A BAD Advice Column #1 at Little Old Lady Comedy
Just a Phase #2
Two-Star Review at FIVE:2:ONE
Quitting Cigarettes to Become a Blood-Drinker at Danse Macabre
Flash at Former Cactus: Lenten Restrictions
Misfit Doc at Queen Mobs Tea House: Sorry for Abandoning You on the Lease After We Watched All Of “Girls” Together
Short story “Archivist’s Time Log” in Westchester Review #9
At The Rumpus, The Diary of Anaïs Nin While Binge-Watching Broad City
Flash fiction at Intrinsick: Cape Town, South Africa: A Travel Guide
We Hate You, Eva Jurzwiak
“Alumni News,” a piece of flash fiction in Spank the Carp #14
“Maggie May” in The Coe Review
“New Traditions” at Orion Headless
Forgotten Language appears in the Autumn 2010 edition of The Battered Suitcase.
Five Issues That Didn’t Get Resolved When We Turned into Vampires at the Vignette Review(Nominated for a Pushcart Prize, 2016). Published again at Drunk Monkeys, November 2019
Eight Classic Works of Literature Summarized in a Yoga Studio Newsletter
Literary Journal Reader Punch Card
10 Bad Ideas for “Transparent” Season 5 at Women in Comedy Festival Daily
These 5 Life Hacks Will Save You Pennies Per Month, Which Is Actually Futile Considering the Crushing Weight of Your Student Debt
Five Ways to Keep Your Rich Friends at Ease c/o Winedrunk Sidewalk
Six Rules for AWP
Looking for a witch to burn: Beth Alvarado’s Jillian in the Borderlands
Short story collection reviewed at Heavy Feather Review, June 2020
Unusual nests: April Dávila’s 142 Ostriches at Cardiff Review
Volume 23, Number 3, Fall 2018 (#91) of rain taxi: Whiskey & Ribbons | Leesa Cross-Smith | by Laura Eppinger
“Diffusely Yours” by Kate Garklavs Suggests We Are All Connected on an Atomic Level
Small Fires, Dulled Senses
Deep journeys into the psyche with Chaya Bhuvaneswar
Deconstruction and Rebirth in the Poetry of Caseyrenée Lopez
“Life After Rugby” by Eileen G’Sell, published at jmww.
Book review: “The Walmart Book of the Dead” at the Same.
Teju Cole challenges us to locate our own “Blind Spot”
A Tale of Two Flânueses : We want more history and less Lauren Elkin
Review of devorah major’s “and then we became”
The real danger of Harry Potter has nothing to do with witchcraft.
A review of short story collection “Heartbreaker” by Maryse Meijer
The Book I Read Before I Was Ready: The Red Tent by Anita Diamant
Interview with Loie Rawding at Heavy Feather Review, November 2020
Naming Exile: An Interview with Kaveh Bassiri
Behind the Words: Interview with Jenn Storey
The Highs and Lows of Daily Life: Artist Interview with Sarah E. Swist and Kevin R. Mercer
Protest to Protect Net Neutrality at ROAR: Literature and Revolution by Feminist People
Interview with Health and Wellness Educator Lauren Nixon
Journalism piece about Representation in Podcasts at The Toast
Interview with poet and teacher Luis Humberto Valadez.
“Rivalry” in Variety Pack issue #2
Milkman by Anna Burns: a soundtrack to street harassment
Essay on student debt at The Rumpus, January 2019
The ABCs of Poetry at Spry Literary Journal: J is for Joypopping
Must Love Dogs at the Sunlight Press
B-Side on Memoir Mixtapes, Vol 5: “Landslide”
Mowgli at the Promenade at Hot Metal Bridge
The Cost of Light at Dime Show Review
Videogames and Loneliness: Little Big Planet
You Don’t Understand Bruce Springsteen
Yanagihara’s A Little Life and impulse control
Being a writer makes me a bad Buddhist
August is about bodies
A Case For Reading Outside Your Genre, Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Anne Rice is Your Ex You Need To De-Friend on Facebook
The Personal, the Political, and Being a Woman at Work
Writing is my ritual. My desk is my altar
The Rewards of Re-Reading “Body Bereft” at Solstice Literary Magazine.
Desert Photographs and Facts
Home: A Photo Essay
In Praise of Indoor Spaces: A Photo Essay
Eye on New Jersey
A photo and a work of fiction in the International Woman’s Day 2015 edition of The Camel Saloon.
Paradelle poem “Quit Date” in Moonchild Magazine
Maxims, or Pardon the Eccentric at Winedrunk Sidewalk
Three poems in the Vine Leaves Literary Journal collection, including “Hungry Month”:
The Ballad of Mileva Einstein at Anti-Heroin Chic
“Soft” in New Theory #3
“A Prayer for Kimeelah” in SPANK the CARP #6
“Pomegranate” in Spry Literary Journal
Laura had a poem in Cactus Heart 8.5, the print edition:
“Nests” at Referential Magazine
One poem in California State Quarterly, Vol. 40 No. 1:
A poem up at Thunderclap Press in March 2014:
Three poems in Ginosko #14, published in January 2014.
In July 2013, Laura’s “March” was featured in Issue #7 of Vine Leaves.
In May 2013, Laura’s poetry was featured in the annual print edition of Freshwater Poetry Journal.
Spring 2013: the annual print issue of Bluestem, which features Laura’s poem “Dreamcatcher.”
Also in spring 2013 Chuffed Buff Books put out an anthology, Journey to Crone, which features her poem “Daughters.”
Bellville Love Song