I’m the author of World Gone Missing, forthcoming from Regal House Publishing in October, 2017. My stories have won the Alligator Juniper National Fiction Award and been nominated for Best New American Voices, Best American Essays, and the Pushcart Prize. I co-authored 642 Things to Write About Me and 642 Things That I Love (About You), published by Chronicle Books in 2016. My work has appeared in literary journals and anthologies such as The Los Angeles Review, Timber, Jabberwock Review, Road Story, Arroyo Literary Review, Under the Sun Magazine, and elsewhere. I co-founded Babylon Salon, a decade-long San Francisco literary series, and teach creative writing at The Writers Grotto and UC Berkeley.

You can read some of my writing on the “Awards and Publications” page. I’d love to hear from you.

Laurie Ann Doyle

“Laurie Ann Doyle understands how to structure a story so that it sneaks up on you and gives you a thump that leaves you breathless—breathless with wonder.” -Catherine Brady, Winner of the Northern California Book Award

“Doyle's stories are mesmerizing. They teem with life, real life, no easy answers in sight. In a time when worldwide Clever Competitions are in full display, she showcases the struggles pumping through all our veins.” -Joshua Mohr, SF Chronicle best-selling author of three novels, most recently Damascus