Lauren Krauze is a writer based in Brooklyn, NY. Her work has been published in Tricycle: The Buddhist Review, Hobart, Painted Bride Quarterly, PULP Magazine, Duende, Heron's Nest, Frogpond, and an assortment of other journals.
Lauren lectures at Parsons School of Design, where she teaches students how to balance writing and research with making and design. She also teaches writing workshops at The Rubin Museum of Art.
Lauren holds an MFA in Creative Writing from The New School and a BA in Journalism from New York University.
From Tricycle: The Buddhist Review
The Spiritual Legacy of Mary Oliver
Why Trees are the Ultimate Meditation Teachers
My Stoop Sangha
How New York City's Lineage Project Introduces Mindfulness to Vulnerable Youth
Language as Presence
Fiction and Nonfiction
A Slow Drive Home
Sexual Assault Made Sleep a Stranger
A Handful of Sand
Seeing the Sun
My Anger Saw An Angel Once
Select poems in the following publications:
Heron's Nest (Volume XVII, 3)
Frogpond, Issues 38.2 and 39.1
Modern Haiku, Issues 46.2 and 47.1
tinywords Issue 15.2
Hedgerow, Issues 22 and 23
Short Sweet Poems on Facebook and Instagram
Poems published in the following anthology:
dust devils: The Red Moon Anthology of English-Language Haiku (2016)