Anne C. English writes fiction, non-fiction, and to-do lists. Her short story, “The Provider,” was a finalist for the CRAFT Short Fiction Prize.
Although she is a lawyer, she has finally broken the habit of starting every sentence with “wherein” or “therefore.” She also admits to being a yoga teacher, runner, absolute klutz, and the author of random musings on her blog, chaosandcontemplation.com. She believes in the power of stories, being outside, avocados, and the Oxford comma. She passionately hates pickles.
She lives in Kentucky with her husband, delightfully headstrong toddler, and two dogs.