Anna Rollins is a writer in Huntington, WV. She is an instructor of English and directs the Writing Center at Marshall University.
Her creative work has appeared in the New York Times, Slate, Salon Electric Literature, NBCNews, HuffPost, Newsweek, and Insider, among other outlets. Her poetry has been nominated for a Pushcart prize.
In her scholarly work, she has written on writing center studies and advising at-risk students in higher education.
A lifelong Appalachian, she lives with her husband and two sons.
She is represented by Morgan Strehlow at the Bindery Agency.
"My Family Visited a Town Where Cellphones Aren't Allowed" on Insider
"The Best New Years Resolution I Ever Made Was to Exercise Less" on HuffPost
"I Vicariously Visit the Mall with the Olsen Twins to Escape" on Shondaland
See the Light?" on the New York Times
"My Husband Was a COVID Doctor, and My Son Was High Risk" on Insider
"My Toddler was Hospitalized with RSV and is Now Terrified of Going to the Doctor. Here's How I Help Him'" on Insider
"Put Your Kid in Charge of Elf on the Shelf" on TinyBeans
"Becoming a Mom Made Me Feel Like the Most Boring Person on the Planet" on TinyBeans
"Running Away to Scroll Social Media Somehow Became My Parenting Go-To" on TinyBeans
"I Turned Cleaning Into a Game -- And Now My Kids Love Helping Out" on Reader's Digest
"Billy Blanks’s Tae Bo Videos Were My Go-To Workout as a Teenager. They’re Still a Fun, High-Energy Release Today" on Well+Good
"When I Fall Short as a Mom, It’s Really a Gift to Other Parents" on TinyBeans
"I'm Unapologetically Saying Yes to the School Cafeteria Lunch" on TinyBeans
"Goodnight Noises Everywhere" on Literary Mama
"The Unexpected Downside of 'Exercise Snacks': Always Feeling Like You Need More" on Well + Good
"I Drastically Changed My New Year's Resolutions -- the Results Were Amazing" on Newsweek
"Breathing Easy" on Literary Mama