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Andi Myles lives in the Washington DC area with her husband, two children, and four chickens. She works as a science writer and strongly believes in the Oxford comma. Her creative work often draws from the natural world—science, math, and the environment—as a lens to color and clarify human experiences.


Andi wrote her first book at the age of eight. Her best friend illustrated it and her elementary school librarian “published” it and a copy still exists in the school library. She started a newspaper in the fifth grade and got her first paid writing gig in the sixth grade writing commissioned stories about her classmates’ pets. Despite many detours, writing has always played a central role in her life. She is now the Nonfiction Editor of Honeyguide Literary Magazine.


Andi received her MFA from Sarah Lawrence College. Her lyric essay, Impressions from a Vacuum, was listed as "Notable" in The Best American Essays. Her work was nominated for a Pushcart Prize, selected as a finalist in multiple contests, and her pieces have appeared in Rattle, Tahoma Literary Review, and Brink Literary Journal, amongst others.

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