Annabel Graham is a writer, photographer and filmmaker. Born and raised in Malibu, California, she attended Phillips Academy Andover and graduated magna cum laude from NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study with a B.A. in Philosophy of Aesthetics & Art and a minor in French. Prior to beginning her freelance career, she worked in editorial at The Paris Review and Interview Magazine, and in film production and development at Saturday Entertainment. Her fiction and creative nonfiction have appeared in Joyland, CutBank, Cosmonauts Avenue, Corium Magazine, Atticus Review and RETRO, a print anthology by Joyland, among others. Her arts journalism has appeared in Juxtapoz, Bookforum, 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 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. Her first short film, The Ravine, which she wrote, directed, executive-produced and starred in, premiered at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival as part of the Short Film Corner and went on to win the Special Jury Award at the 2016 Malibu International Film Festival. She serves as co-fiction editor of No Tokens, a print journal of literature and art run entirely by women and non-binary individuals, and is currently pursuing her MFA in fiction at NYU, where she also teaches undergraduate creative writing. She lives in Brooklyn.