Lucia Graves is a writer based in Washington, D.C. She does features for the Guardian, where she previously worked as a columnist, and freelances elsewhere. Most recently: The Nation, Vulture, The New Republic, Salon, Glamour, and Pacific Standard magazine.
Typically she writes on climate, gender, politics and the media — though not necessarily discretely or in that order.
A friend to cats everywhere, she enjoys swimming, good books and attentive editors. Also, writing about herself in the third person.