BA, University of Michigan, 1987; MFA, University of Washington, 1994
Laura Bernstein’s research interests include Non Traditional Literature, Women’s Literature, Magical Realism, Poetry, Memoir and Creative Nonfiction
Laura Bernstein has taught at the College for Creative Studies for over two decades. A working writer, she has published, and continues to do so, in many well-known journals and magazines.
Significant Publications, Presentations and Exhibitions
Laura Bernstein has contributed to the American Scholar numerous times. She has published work in many other magazines including the Alaska Quarterly Review, Gargoyle, Georgia Review, Hotel Amerika, Into the Void, the Maine Review, The Massachusetts Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, New Plains Review, North American Review and World Literature Today. Her full-length collection of essays, Travelers, was published in 2018.
Read a sample of Laura Bernstein’s work-
Why the egg matters – The American Scholar