Laur A. Freymiller

Laur is a non-binary writer (they/them) originally from rural Indiana. They enjoy writing about feminism, fairy tales, and flightless birds.

On a Thursday

By Laur A. Freymiller / October 3, 2020 / 0 Comments

It’s not quite a selkie story, but Oakland writer Laur A. Freymiller’s “On A Thursday” is a haunting and contemporary spin on a timeless tale of the sea’s gifts given and taken away.

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On the Beginnings of a Universe

By Laur A. Freymiller / January 9, 2019 / 1 Comment

The all-powerful child is a memorable and chilling figure in weird fiction — from the original Star Trek’s “Charlie X” to the Twilight Zone-adaptation of Jerome Bixby’s “It’s a Good Life.” Oakland writer Laur A. Freymiller updates the trope for the #MeToo era in this striking narrative of abuse, confrontation, and literal erasure.

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