MFA in Poetry
BA in English and Psychology, summa cum laude
Anne teaches composition, creative writing, and literature at Franklin Pierce University as an Assistant Professor of English. She serves as faculty advisor for the campus literary magazine. She also directs the Writing Center at the University, working with student and faculty tutors and training new tutors. Prior to Franklin Pierce, Anne played a similar, dual role of Assistant Professor and Writing Center Director at Carthage College.
In addition to teaching undergraduate courses in fiction, poetry, drama, and composition, Anne has extensive experience working with ESL students. Outside of the classroom, Anne has privately tutored high school, college, and graduate students in subjects ranging from writing to math. She has been teaching and tutoring writing for twelve years.
Anne’s poetry collection, Undertow: Poems, was published in 2007 by Persea Books and won the 2007 Lexi Rudinitzky Poetry Prize. Her chapbook, Monstrosities: A Documentary Poem was a finalist in DIAGRAM’s Hybrid Essay Contest.
Anne’s poetry has been widely published in journals and anthologies, including in the Harvard Review, Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art, Literary Imagination, and Verse. She has been a reviewer for Poets & Writers and Kenyon Review Online.
Anne tutors students in admission essays, academic writing, fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and playwriting. Her rate is $100 per hour.