Laura Zam is a writer, performer, and speaker whose work focuses on the aftermath of abuse, healthy sexuality, and human potential. Her pieces have appeared Off-Broadway, in the New York Times, and in six book anthologies. As an arts educator and story coach, she’s worked with many post-trauma populations, including teens from the Middle East, soldiers returning from Afghanistan, survivors of sexual abuse/assault, and others. Laura is currently working on a memoir about her quest to figure out sex.