About the Artist
The work of Ann Batchelor Hursey's (Mountlake Terrace) has recently appeared in Poemeleon, Crab Creek Review, Granny Smith Literary Magazine, and in the e-Anthology of Contemporary Women Poets, Fire on Her Tongue (Two Sylvias Press.) Her poem, “What Lay Open,” was nominated by Penduline Press for Best of the Net (2012). A graduate of the Rainier Writing Workshop at Pacific Lutheran University, Ann has taught creative writing to young writers with the Powerful Schools program and at The Richard Hugo House. Ann has been awarded writing residencies with Jack Straw Writer’s Program (Seattle), Hypatia-in-the-Woods (Shelton, WA) and Soapstone: A Writing Retreat for Women (Oregon).
Information included above was provided by artist at the time of application.