Lauren Groff is an American short story writer and novelist and is known for her novel, “The Monsters of Templeton”.
Groff was born and raised in a small town Cooperstown, New York. Her father was a rheumatologist.
After graduating from the Amherst College, Lauren Groff worked as a bartender in Philadelphia alongside her writing. She has also completed her Masters in Fine Arts in Fiction Writing from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.