In addition to writing poetry, fiction, and journalism, she has a distinguished career in development work for non-profit agencies. She has taught in colleges, universities, and public schools in the greater New York metropolitan area.
Anne is featured on Harvard Stories
The Refrain is featured on CAA’s Pinterest Bookshelf
Anne read with Editions Bibliotekos, February 6, 2013
Anne is interviewed in Miriam’s Well: Poetry, Land Art, and Beyond
Agave Magazine interviews Anne Whitehouse
Book signing for The Refrain at Columbia University, October 12, 2013
Book signing for One Sunday Morning at Columbia University on April 16, 2012
One Sunday Morning was featured on the CUarts blog and on the Columbia Alumni Arts League calendar
Anne read with Liberty’s Vigil at New York University on April 4, 2012
Anne read with Liberty’s Vigil at Porter Square Books, 25 White Street, in Cambridge, MA on April 18, 2012
Healthy Artists selected Anne as its Featured Artist in September 2011.
Anne read with Avanim
magazine at Columbia’s Kraft
Center on April
WesLive, Wesleyan University’s community blog, publicizes poetry collections by Anne, who is parent of Claire Whitehouse ‘14.
Editions Bibliotekos interviews Anne Whitehouse
Joe Milford Poetry Show Hosts Anne Whitehouse, 10/9/10 7:00-8:30
Teachers & Writers Collaborative interviews Anne Whitehouse
Anne is a winner of Common Good Books’ poems of gratitude contest
Garrison Keillor read Anne’s poem, One Summer Day on the Number One Train, on Prairie Home Companion, May 21, 2016
Anne is the 2016 winner of the Songs of Eretz poetry prize
Anne reads her story, Cyclist, on the podcast, The Other Stories and is interviewed by Ilana Masad.
Anne is interviewed by MXMGBTR radio about her childhood in Birmingham and her writing, 6/4/15
Anne is featured on
Anne read with Dos Madres authors in Bryant Park on 5/12/15
Anne Whitehouse read with Dos Madres Press authors at Suite NY on 10/19/14:
Indian Love Call won Driftwood Press’ sonnet contest for National Poetry Month, April 2014
Anne’s recollections of poet Mark Strand were posted by Columbia University’s School of the Arts.