Lori Kozlowski

Lori Kozlowski is a journalist, writer, and editor. She currently writes for Forbes. Previously, she was an editor and staff writer at the Los Angeles Times.  She has written for various national publications, and has contributed to several short story collections, including Las Vegas Noir in the Akashic Books Noir series.  For more information, please visit: www.lorikozlowski.com


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