As an award-winning reporter, travel writer and essayist, Emily Grosvenor has written about octogenarian farmers who mow labyrinths in the grass, the secrets of the Oregon State Hospital, a runway model-turned salumi stuffer, a toddler with an Oedipus complex, and what it is like to be a super sniffer living in the fragrant American West. Her passion for capturing place, for sketching scenes, for discovering people, and for always finding the meaning of being a stranger in a strange land, has led her to frequent work for publications like The Atlantic, Sunset, AAA Via, Portland Monthly, Salon.com, Design*Sponge and Publishers Weekly. An evangelist for the power of the sense of smell, she lives in McMinnville, OR, where she is writing a funny memoir about connecting to place through scent. She is founder of the Scent in Literature Project.
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