Annabel Graham is a writer, editor, photographer, and illustrator from Malibu, California. Her fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction have appeared in Joyland, CutBank, Cosmonauts Avenue, Corium Magazine, Atticus Review and RETRO, a print anthology by Joyland, among others. Her journalistic profiles, reviews, and interviews have appeared in Bookforum, Vogue, Juxtapoz, GARAGE, Autre, Surface, and Malibu Magazine. Her photographs have been exhibited at the Los Angeles Center of Photography, and have appeared in Le Nouvel Obs, Bullett, Autre, No Tokens and CLES. She is the recipient of fellowships from Tin House and Disquiet. Her creative nonfiction was shortlisted for the 2018 Ploughshares Emerging Writers Contest, and her short fiction earned an Honorable Mention in the January/February 2017 Glimmer Train Short Story Award for New Writers Contest. Most recently, she was a finalist for Epiphany Magazine’s 2019 Breakout 8 Writers’ Prize. She holds an MFA in fiction from NYU, where she also taught undergraduate creative writing, and serves as fiction editor of No Tokens, a print journal of literature and art run entirely by women and nonbinary individuals. She lives in Brooklyn.