Articles by Lauren Groff
December 9, 2015
I read every book I can find most years, because I have little children who are in bed by 7 p.m., and because I live in a small town in Florida with not a whole lot to do, and because I usually find mingling with other humans to be absolutely terrifying.
December 6, 2012
This was my year of savage, brilliant, and vastly underrated female writers.
February 24, 2011
The writer of the future will crouch in wind-swept aeries miles above the electronic din of the modern world, crafting feathers out of the leaves of old books.
September 24, 2009
It is hard not to make sweeping pronouncements after having lived this book.
December 5, 2007
Lauren Groff’s fiction has appeared in journals including The Atlantic Monthly and Ploughshares and the most recent editions of the Best American Short Stories, Best New American Voices, and the Pushcart Prize anthologies. Her first novel, The Monsters of Templeton, will be out in February. This year I fell in love with the New York […]