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Laura Lonshein Ludwig: poet, recipient of four New York State Council for the Arts Grants, listed in Who’s Who in the World in 2004 for her work as a screenwriter, satirist, poet, actress, and director. Laura has performed on stages across the nation, on radio, TV, and in poetry venues. Regional editor for upstate New York for Medicinal Purposes Literary Review, previously the staff assistant for the New Press Literary Quarterly, and a producer with the Museum of Sound Recording, Laura’s plays and poetry can be heard on shows created by Teachers and Writers Collaborative, WNYE, The Light Show (WBAI 99.5 FM), Earth Bird, Channel 57, MNN. Laura’s poetry can be heard on the Joe Franklin’s Memory Lane radio program at WOR AM, hosted by Joe Franklin and cohosted by Richard Ornstein, who is the cowriter of the newest screenplay Laura wrote, The Desk. Sounds like a Plot, Ms. Ludwig’s last book, was reviewed by the comic Professor Irwin Corey. In these masters of the art, one finds the writer. Laura received outstanding reviews from Al Lewis (radio actor on WBAI’s The Al Lewis program with Karen Lewis; Frederick Geo Bold, The Light Show producer and host; Dr. Joseph S. Salemi, New York University professor, poet, translator, scholar, Department of Classics, Brooklyn College) for the first book Robo Sapiens. The reviews and other reviews are to be found in this book, Reflections for the Renaissance.
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