Laurie Ann Doyle

Berkeley, CA 94705

Author's Bio

Laurie Ann Doyle's new collection of stories, World Gone Missing (Regal House Publishing), was praised by The New York Times bestselling author Edan Lepucki for delivering “astute portrayals of people who desire connection, hope, and renewal." Winner of the Alligator Juniper National Fiction Award and a Pushcart Prize nominee, Laurie’s stories and essays have appeared in the Los Angeles Review, Jabberwock Review, and Under the Sun, among many other literary journals. She teaches writing at the San Francisco Writers Grotto and UC Berkeley. Find her online at

Publications and Prizes

World Gone Missing
(Regal House Publishing, 2017)
Livingston Press Fiction Anthology
(Livingston University Press, 2015)
, Road Story
(KY Story, 2016)
, Speak and Speak Again
(Regal House Publishing, 2017)
, 100 Word Story, Alligator Juniper, Arroyo Literary Review, Jabberwock Review, JERRY, Los Angeles Review, Mary, Midway Journal, Quality Women's Fiction, Stone's Throw, The Dogwood Journal, The Farallon Review, Timber, Under the Sun
Prizes Won: 
Winner of the Alligator Juniper National Fiction Award; Recipient of Pushcart Prize and Best New American Voices Nominations; Shortlisted for New Letters Alexander Patterson Cappon Fiction Prize, Cutthroat Magazine Rick DeMarinis Short Story Award, and Southern Indiana Review Mary C. Mohr Editor’s Award.

Personal Favorites

What I'm Reading Now: 
Euphora by Lily King
The Translator by Nin Schuyler
Favorite Books: 
The Girls, Emma Cline, Tinkers, Paul Harding, Sirens, Joshua Mohr, Housekeeping, Marilynne Robinson

Reviews, Recordings, and Interviews

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Last updated: Mar 28, 2018