Lauren B. Davis is the author of the bestselling and critically acclaimed novels, The Radiant City, a finalist for the Rogers Writers Trust Fiction Prize; and The Stubborn Season (Harper Collins Canada), chosen for the Robert Adams Lecture Series; as well as a collection of short stories, Rat Medicine & Other Unlikely Curatives (Mosaic Press). She teaches creative writing internationally and is on the faculty of The Humber School for Writers as one of their correspondence program mentors. Born in Montreal, Lauren lived in France for over a decade and now resides in Princeton, New Jersey.
"Anyone who has ever lived in Paris will appreciate Davis's keen sense of atmosphere, her eye for detail . . . The Radiant City
is a compelling read, sociologically informed, dark in its subject matter yet illuminating in its insight. . . first rate . . . left us craving more."
— The Montreal Gazette