The lies, and the safety, and the family that wasn’t safe.
Did you really break all that apart, all that was mine?
Not why, but how you were able?
Laura Paul is a writer living in Los Angeles. Previously, her writing has been published by the Brooklyn Rail, Entropy, Eohippus Labs, Shirley Magazine, and featured at the West Hollywood Book Fair and Los Angeles Zine Fair. Most recently, she’s created a weekly video series of her poetry at poemvideo.comand is writing for Bloomsbury’s upcoming costume history edition with Deborah Nadoolman Landis. Raised in Sacramento, she’s earned a B.A. from the University of Washington, Seattle and a Master’s degree from UCLA in 2012.