Anne Whitehouse is a writer. She is the author of the novel Fall Love and the poetry collections The Surveyor's Hand, Blessings and Curses, Bear in Mind, One Sunday Morning, and The Refrain. Of Fall Love, First Draft's reviewer reported, Whitehouse's "poetic handling of language and of sensuous detail is superb... She conveys powerfully the cruel effects of all those coincidences of life." Radcliffe Quarterly said of The Surveyor's Hand, that the poems "combine a precise intelligent observation with a personal voice and sensibility."
Anne has worked as a resident artist/teachers in the New York public schools with Teachers & Writers Collaborative and New York State Poets-in-the-Schools. She has also taught at City College of New York, Borough of Manhattan Community College, Marymount Manhattan College, and College of New Rochelle.
Teachers & Writers Collaborative interviews Anne Whitehouse
In addition to writing poetry, fiction, and journalism, she has a distinguished career in development work for non-profit agencies.
She graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Magna cum laude from Harvard College, where she was awarded the Joan Grey Untermeyer Poetry Prize and the Leverett House Poetry Prize. She received an M.F.A. from Columbia University's School of the Arts. She lives in New York City with her husband, Stephen Whitehouse, RLA, AICP, a principal of Starr Whitehouse, and their daughter, Claire.