Truth is perspective—a plane or a sphere—which makes it feel slippery. Truth is not absolute in the ways that we want it to be....more
Laura Laing is the author of three books for math-phobics, as well as pieces for small and large publications across the country. She lives in Baltimore with her wife of nearly 30 years and their 16-year-old daughter and spends at least one week a year in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia. She is currently a student in Goucher College’s MFA program in creative nonfiction and is working on a memoir.