A native Iowan, Rebecca Groff works as a creative and freelance writer. Her articles and stories have appeared in Women’s Edition Magazine, CountryEXTRA, Good Old Days, and Capper’s. She freelances for the Cedar Rapids Gazette, contributing to a weekly column called My Biz which features area businesses.
She is a frequent contributor to Julien’s Journal Magazine, currently writing about Iowa’s up and coming winery and brewery industry in their monthly column, Wine & Spirits.
Her work has appeared in numerous anthologies, both regionally and nationally, and she has contributed stories about growing up in Iowa to four of Shapato Publishing’s best-selling Midwest anthology series: Walking Beans Wasn’t Something You Did With Your Dog (2008), Knee-High by the Fourth of July(2009), Amber Waves of Grain (2010), and Make Hay While The Sun Shines (December 2011).
She lives with her husband in Cedar Rapids, Iowa where they raised two daughters and currently share their household with an adopted shelter cat named Lexi.