Mark Twain in the Company of Women (Hardback 1994; Paperback 1997)


Southern Quarterly. Abby Werlock. “Fathoming the Feminine: New Books on Mark Twain and Women.” (1993)

The American Historical Review. Linda Morris(1994)

TwainWeb. Dennis Eddings. (1995)


Constructing Mark Twain: New Directions in Scholarship

Editors: Laura Skandera Trombley; Michael Kiskis. (2002)


Studies in American Humor. Joseph Csicsila. “Review.” (2002)


Mark Twain’s Other Woman (2010)

Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group

A Outra Mulher de Mark Twain (Portugese edition 2010)

Mark Twain’s Other Woman (Paperback 2011)


Newsday. Peter M. Gianotti. “Mark Twain still lives on 100 years after his death.” (2010)

Los Angeles Times. “Mark Twain’s vendetta volume.” Scott Martelle. (2010)

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Bob Hoover. “Author: Late troubles affected Twain’s work.” (2010)

Commentary Magazine. Sam Sacks. “Mark Twain’s Other Woman, by Laura Trombley and Mark Twain, by Michael Sheldon.” (2010)

 Kirkus Review. (2010)

The Oakland Journal. Ted Odenwald. “Mark Twain’s Other Woman.” (2010)

Daily Bulletin: “Pitzer College president’s book, a 16-year effort to study Mark Twain’s “Other Woman,” to be released March 16.” (2010)

Washington Post. Jerome Loving. “Dennis Drabelle reviews four biographies of Mark Twain.” (2010)

The Oregonian. Chuck Thompson. “Two new fascinating biographies on Mark Twain attempt to untangle the beloved curmudgeon’s posthumous legacy.” (2010)

The Telegraph. Nick Allen. “Mark Twain memoir and the ‘filthy-minded’ secretary.” (2010)

Independent. Guy Adams. “After Keeping us waiting for a century, Mark Twain will finally reveal all.” (2010)

The Mark Twain Annual. Ann Ryan. “Mark Twain’s Other Woman.” (2010)

Johnshaplin. “Mark Twain’s Other Woman by Laura Trombley.” (2010)

Good Reads. Reviews of Mark Twain’s Other Woman. (2010)

Fairfield Patch. Nancy Burton. “Twain’s Secrets Coming to Light. Author of “Mark Twain’s Other Woman” Reveals Little-Known Details of Celebrated Author’s Final Years.” (2010)


Mark Twain at Home (2016)

Michael J. Kiskis. Forward by Laura Skandera Trombley, Afterword by Gary Scharnhorst.