Analía Villagra’s work appears in Bat City Review, New Ohio Review, Ploughshares, The Iowa Review, and elsewhere. Her writing has been supported by the Sewanee Writers Conference (where she was a Tennessee Williams Scholar), Writing by Writers (where she was a fellowship recipient), and the Tin House Workshops. She is an Assistant Fiction Editor for Split Lip Magazine.

After many years of killing houseplants in Florida, New York, and Connecticut, she now has a thriving windowsill of succulents in Oakland, CA.