Anne Barnhill

204 Gaffer StreetGarner, NC 27529
Phone: 
919-779-5536
Website: 
www.anneclinardbarnhill.com

Author's Bio

I enjoy facilitating workshops about memoir writing, fiction and poetry and have done so at the Appalachian Writers Association, the SC Writers Workshop, various colleges and in a few churches. I also give talks about writing memoir, creativity and the spirit, and fiction from life

Publications and Prizes

Book

What You Long For
(Main Street Rag Press,
2009)
At Home in the Land of Oz
(Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
2007)

Anthology

Grow Old Along With Me
(Papier-Mache Press,
1996)
Generation to Generation
(Papier-Mache Press,
1998)
Racing Home: New Stories by Award Winning NC Writers
(Paper Journey Press,
2001)

Journal

Antietam Review
2014)
Caprice
2014)
Mount Olive Review
2014)
Bare Root Review
Prizes: 
Emerging Artist Grant, Regional Artist Grant, Porter Fleming from Georgia Arts Council, two-time Blumenthal WRiter/Reader Series among others

More Information

Listed as:
Fiction Writer
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Appalachian, Caucasian
Prefers to work with: 
Any
Fluent in: 
English
Born in: 
Morganton, NC
Raised in: 
Philippi, WV

Personal Favorites

Favorite Authors:
Thomas Hardy, Shakespeare, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Tolkien, Carol P. Christ, Elizabeth Berg, Fred Chappell, Robert Morgan, Flannery O'Connor, Tim Gautreaux, too many others to name

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Listing last updated: March 20, 2009.

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