Laura Axelrod is a book reviewer and playwright. She has written over 100 book reviews for The Birmingham News in Alabama. Her reviews were distributed through the Newhouse News Service. As a playwright, her work has been performed on both coasts of the United States and in Europe. She is also a columnist at the Clyde Fitch Report. Visit her blogs, Gasp! and Project 1968.
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