Short stories by Laura Glen Louis

author of the acclaimed story collection, Talking in the Dark, a Barnes & Noble Discover book, and recipient of the Katherine Anne Porter Prize for short fiction, Louis has had work included in Best American Short Stories. Her essay, “Blissfully Unaware of Threat: On Reading Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms,” published by Michigan QuarterlyReview, was long listed for the Notting Hill Editions Essay Prize, 2015. Born in Macao, she graduated from the University of California at Berkeley, and lives on the West Coast.

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When a wealthy Chinese widower living in San Francisco begins dating a much younger woman, he realizes he may have trusted her too quickly as her true intentions come into question.