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posted on: Feb 28 2017

Moving Out & Moving On

After thirty years of living in our charming, leaning, creaky-floored Victorian, we’re moving on. Seattle has become too crowded for us, too busy and loud. It’s a city for younger people who don’t mind hauling groceries down the block because their parking spot vanished while...

posted on: Apr 25 2016

Writers and Self-Censorship

originally published March 7, 2016 in Women Writers, Women's Books Writers should not be censored. I think everyone can agree on that. The whole idea of censorship conjures an image of stern political enforcers, combing through every line of poetry and prose with an eye to...

posted on: Feb 03 2015

Anne’s Maxims On The Writing Life

  Here are some of the things I tell myself when I get the blues about my writing:   You started this story because it was important for you to tell it. And you’re the only one who can tell it, so you better keep going. Think of your...

posted on: Sep 07 2014

Art + Social Media = Penned

        I've got a new book coming out in October, my debut novel, What Is Found, What Is Lost. I've been working social media like crazy in an effort to build interest and gain exposure. Most of this has been on Twitter, where I'm happy to...

posted on: Aug 11 2014

When The Line Becomes A Circle – A Writer’s Story

In my new novel, What Is Found, What Is Lost, one of the main protagonists (there are four) reflects that “time was a loop, from now to then and back again.”  Freddie, who changed her name at age twenty-one, and moved Heaven and earth to...