Loren's essay "The Meyer Trilogy, Baruch Ha’shem" was recently featured in the Pennsylvania Literary Journal Fall 2023 Issue: Readings for Long Road-Trips.
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Loren recently published an essay Read This, Not That about her recent travels to Scandinavia. Featured on Across The Margin October 18, 2023.
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Leo Daughtry's and Loren Stephens' co-written short story was recently featured in UMBRELLA FACTORY Literary Magazine's Issue #60 April 2023.
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Loren recently published a short story Mugwort and Madam Tamae, featured in Evening Street Review #30, Summer 2021.
This short story is a "sidebar" to All Sorrows Can Be Borne. Madam Tamae is the quintessential wicked step mother who makes life hell for Ichiro and his sister. Story appears on p. 78.
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Loren recently published an essay through Reading Between the Wines Book Club about her career as a professional ghostwriter before writing All Sorrows Can Be Borne.
May 10, 2021
Loren published a short story 15th and Adams: Corner Where My Father’s Hoboken Paints Stood: Then and Now which appeared in the Hudson Reporter February 9, 2009.