Anna March is a writer, reader and runner; she’s also the human of a rescue dog. She
sold her very first essay to Salon in 2000 and has since published essays, fiction, reviews,
poetry and playlists in Connotation Press: An Online Artifact, PANK, Used Furniture
Review, The Rehoboth Beach Foodie, Style Substance Soul, The Collagist, Literary
Orphans, Salon and The Rumpus.
In 2012, her essay “The Church of Dead Girls” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She grew up in D.C. and spent a stint in San Diego during her twenties; nowadays, she lives at the beach (but makes frequent forays into the city).
Her novel The Diary of Suzanne Frank is forthcoming, and she is currently at work on a memoir called “Crumpled Maps and Crooked Miles: One Woman’s 18-Months of Adventures and Detours in Writing, Running, and Romance.”