From a young age, Laura Mucha was fascinated by relationships, and for as long as she can remember, she questioned, interrogated and informally `interviewed' virtually everyone she met about their relationships. After gaining an MA in Philosophy and Psychology from Edinburgh University, Laura spent many years travelling to every continent in the world, speaking to hundreds of strangers from a wide variety of backgrounds, listening to their intimate stories and personal philosophies. Laura has explored romantic love working with scientists, philosophers, artists and musicians. She is also an award-winning poet, experienced speaker, performer and broadcaster, appearing at festivals, theatres, schools, music venues (including Wigmore Hall), and on radio (including BBC Radio 3 and the World Service).
A really interesting proper analysis of the ins and outs of love. Much better and more useful than my film! Laura Mucha has found the proof that love actually is all around - and has taken the trouble to analyse and understand it. A kind of marvellous feat. -- Richard Curtis First there was Plato's Symposium. Then there was this: the well-researched twenty-first century toolbox for everything you didn't realise you needed to know about love. -- Allie Esiri, editor of The Love Book