A radio interview about THE GRIMOIRE OF KENSINGTON MARKET… click here

Lauren’s new novel, THE GRIMOIRE OF KENSINGTON MARKET has been chosen for the February 2019 The Book Box Love selection.  Get more information by clicking here.


Lauren’s novel, AGAINST A DARKENING SKY, was published in early 2015 and lauded by Pulitzer-Prize winning author Robert Olen Butler, who said: “Brilliantly achieves the ideal for a historical novel: period and milieu are utterly inextricable from character and theme. Together they illuminate timeless and universal truths of the human condition. Seventh-century England is fascinating. Wilona is achingly real. Her quest for an identity and a place in the world are richly resonant. Davis is a remarkable writer.”


THE EMPTY ROOM has been named as one of the National Post’s “Favourite Books of 2013”, Amazon’s “Best Books of 2013: Top Editors’ Picks” (#22)  AND “Best of 2013: Canadian Fiction and Literature” (#12) as well as one of the “Critics Picks” from Halifax’s THE COAST.

THE EMPTY ROOM has been on the Top 100 list for over a month, and comes in at #3 in the Winnipeg Free Press —

Please click here to watch  a recent interview with Steve Paikin of TVO’s  THE AGENDA.

Please click here to see Shelagh Rogers talking about THE EMPTY ROOM, and then,   Please click here to watch Lauren do a jazz-accompanied reading from THE EMPTY ROOM at the Kingston Writersfest 2013

The audiobook for OUR DAILY BREAD is now available, for those of you in Canada, narrated by Newfoundland’s Damhnait Doyle.

OUR DAILY BREAD is longlisted for the 2012 Giller Prize.

OUR DAILY BREAD has been named as one of the “Very Best Books of the Year” by Canada’s The Globe & Mail.

OUR DAILY BREAD has also been named as of the “Best Books of the Year” by The Boston Globe (chosen by Jane Ciabatttari, of the National Book Critics Circle) .

Lauren’s essay, “Breaking Down”, is in The Serving House Journal’s anthology, Winter Tales: Women Write About Aging, available through Amazon by clicking here.

Watch Lauren’s presentation at the Princeton Public Library, March 19, 2011

She’s also doing a great deal of teaching… click here to read an article about the “Sharpening the Quill” workshops from the Princeton Packet, and here, for an article about Lauren in Princeton’s Town Topics.

Click here to read Lauren’s essay, THE TRUTH HAS A PRICE published in The Globe & Mail.