ARTICLES & ESSAYS
Leslie writes about motherhood, mental illness, grief, houses/homes, architecture and design. She drives a deep interest in place and how that shapes us, as well as the interstitial connection of family, dysfunction, and the symmetry and parallels of nature.
“A Conversation with Laraine Herring, author of A CONSTELLATION OF GHOSTS: A Speculative Memoir, Hippocampus.
“Baby Jars,” Agapanthus Collective| “Thresholds,” A Door = Jar Literary Magazine | SPEAKING OF APRAXIA: A Parents’ Guide to Childhood Apraxia of Speech, audio edition, narrated by author, Penguin Random House July 6
“Saying Good-bye to Childhood One Book at a Time,” Literary Mama
“Local Woman Writing: A Walking Tour with Mary Kubica,“ Women Fiction Writers
“Navigating Choppy Waters,” Moms Don’t Have Time to Write: Travel
“Fourteen,“ Mutha Magazine
“Reading to Write: Leslie Lindsay on the Long Journey to her Memoir,” Read Her Like an Open Book.
“Disinheriting Madness & Other Traits,” Runs in the Family|Psychology Today.
“My Mother’s House,” Semicolon Literary Journal.
Snapshots: The Old Farmhouse. The Family Narrative Project.
Suite of Poetry: “My Mother’s Madness.” Coffin Bell Journal, Vol. 3. No. 3.
“Material That Matters,” Brave Voices Literary Magazine, No. 4. [Print only. Reprinted here]
Reader’s Response. Poets & Writers Magazine September/October 2019 [Print Only].
“Children, Caution,” Cleaver Magazine. Issue 24.
“Phantom Tears.” Ruminate: The Waking.
“Material,“ Pithead Chapel. Vol. 7, Issue 5.
Pretentious Backside. Common Ground Review, Vol. 19, Issue 2. Visit website
“Is Writing a Memoir Automatically Therapeutic?” A Craft Essay on Writing about Mental Illness. Cleaver Magazine.
“My Mother is Crazy.” Manifest-Station.
“Sorting.” The Nervous Breakdown.
Speaking of Apraxia: A Parents’ Guide to Childhood Apraxia of Speech, updated, 2nd edition. Woodbine House, 2020.
Also available in audio.
MODEL HOME: A Memoir of Motherhood, Madness & Memory
MINIATURE ETERNITIES: Hybrid work of interlinked stories featuring family history, the parallels of nature, mental health, motherhood, grief, and architecture, along with historical aspects including The Great Depression; hovering between speculation, folklore, and lyric prose.
Contact: Murray Weiss|Catalyst Literary Management
murray (at) catalystlit. com