Editor | Diner Journal
Anna Dunn is a freelance editor, as well as a food and crime fiction writer with an affinity for Bruce Springsteen, rescue mutts, mezcal, and Murder She Wrote. Early on her mother threw the television out when Anna let it slip that she aspired to be Magnum P.I. when she grew up. Ever since Anna has lead a successful career in cracking crimes of the imagination.
She is the co-author of two cookbooks, Dinner at the Long Table and Saltie: A cookbook as well as Editor In Chief of Diner Journal, an independent food, art and literature magazine which she has edited since its inception in 2006. Some nights you can find her mixing cocktails at Roman's in Fort Greene, Brooklyn or tucked away above Marlow & Sons, collecting recipes and art work for a forthcoming issue. She has won the Dirt Press Poetry Award and has been published by Brooklyn Based, The Center for Fiction, FAQNP, Famous Magazine, Hunger Mountain, Brooklyn Rail and It Occurs to Me that I Am America, a critical and creative response to America in the Trump era with proceeds to benefit the ACLU. For at least twenty minutes every day she is hard at work on her first crime fiction novel and/or concentrating on her breathing.