Anna Krien was born in Melbourne and grew up in St Kilda and became a writer of journalism, essays, fiction and poetry. She won the Australian Press Council Award when she was eighteen.

Since then she has had work published in The Big Issue, The Monthly, The Age newspaper, Best Australian Essays 2005 & Best Australian Essays 2006 – published by Black Inc, Griffith REVIEWVoiceworks, Going Down Swinging, COLORS, the program, Frankie magazine and Dazed & Confused.

Her book about the protests to save Tasmania’s old-growth forests, Into the Woods (Black Inc.), was recently published.

Pieces by Anna Krien

Still here
Edition 28: Still the Lucky Country?

Sorry Rocks
Edition 30: The Annual Fiction Edition

Griffith Review