Lauren Shapiro is a freelance writer and a dance accompanist. She is a 2017 recipient of the Bronx Council of the Arts BRIO award in the category of literary fiction. Her essay “Tempo Primo” was anthologized in “I Thought My Father Was God – NPR’s National Story Project.” She is a dance accompanist at Alvin Ailey and elsewhere and a writing tutor at Community College.
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