Laurie Lynn Drummond

Please join us this Wednesday the 21th of September from 6-7pm as we broadcast another edition of Writing on the Air LIVE. This week, our guest is Laurie Lynn Drummond.

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Laurie Lynn Drummond’s collection of linked stories, Anything You Say Can and Will be Used Against You (HarperCollins 2004), was a finalist for the PEN/Hemingway Award and won the Best Book Award from the Texas Institute of Letters and the Texas Violet Crown Award, and has been translated into Finnish, Japanese, and French. “Something About a Scar,” won the Edgar Award for Best Short Story. Her fiction and creative nonfiction have appeared in The Southern Review, Story, New Virginia Review, Black Warrior Review, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Fourth Genre, Brevity, and River Teeth, among others. She is currently working on a book-length memoir, “Losing My Gun.” A former uniformed police officer in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Drummond taught creative writing at St. Edward’s University in Austin for 14 years before teaching fiction and creative nonfiction in the MFA Program at the University of Oregon.