Anya Groner writes about science, environment and family. Her stories and essays can be read in Guernica, The New York Times, The Oxford American, Orion Magazine and The Atlantic and have been recognized by Best American Short Stories, Best American Travel Writing, and Best American Science Writing. A recipient of awards from the Cincinnati Review, Studio in the Woods, the Virginia Center for Creative Arts, the Sewanee Writers Conference, Virginia Quarterly Review, The Barbara Deming Memorial Fund, and the Louisiana Board of Regents, Groner lives in New Orleans with her husband, two children, and dogs. She teaches creative writing at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts and is a founder and teacher at New Orleans Writers Workshop. Her writing is agented by Kate Johnson of Wolf Literary Services.