Delaney Nolan is a New Orleans-based independent journalist writing about harm reduction, housing, and the climate crisis. Her writing has appeared in Al Jazeera, Oxford American, Guernica, Electric Literature, Atlas Obscura, Longreads, and elsewhere. With a background as a fiction writer, her short stories have been adapted for Snap Judgment on NPR and into the short film AUGUST by Emmy award winner Caitlyn Greene. Her work has been translated into Arabic, Polish, Bulgarian, and Italian. She holds an MFA from the Iowa Writers' Workshop, and was previously a Fulbright Fellow in Greece and Bulgaria.