BK Loren

BK LOREN has worked as a naturalist, assistant chef, ranch hand, furniture maker, UPS driver, college professor, and many other things. She attended the Iowa Writer’s Workshop and currently teaches writing at Chatham University’s low residency program, the Iowa Summer Writing Festival, and many other venues throughout North America. She is a winner of the Mary Roberts-Rinehart National Fellowship and also the author of the novel Theft. Her work has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize three times. Loren lives with her partner, two dogs, and two cats in Colorado.

She is the author of:

Animal, Mineral, Radical: Essays on Environmental Activism
Theft: A Novel