The Author’s Show, August 8, 2016: www.theauthorsshow.com
ArtistFirst, July 12016: http://www.artistfirst.com/Authors-First_2016-07-12_Ann_Evans.mp3 (1 hour)
KGUA, Gualala, California, June, 2016: https://soundcloud.com/kgua/ann-evans-author68 (1 hour, begin to listen at 16 minutes)
Jenningswire: http://www.jenningswire.com/authors/podcast-daring-to-date-again/ 6/7/2016
Author’s Corner, NPR, April, 2015http://www.authorscorner.org/reading/readings-for-week-of-april-13-2015/
Beyond Fifty Radio: Daniel Davis http://recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-59781/TS-946352.mp3
Donna Seebo Show, http://www.alphagroupusa.com/delphi-vision/ondemand-archive/delphi-on-demand-archive.html, #194, January, 2015
Michael Dresser Show, November, 24, 2014
Tucson Festival of Books, March 2015, featured on two panels
Interviewed on the Discovery Channel’s Sex In America special, 2015
BOOKSTORE AND OTHER READINGS
A selected list of readings:
Little City Books, Hoboken, NJ, with Min Jin Lee
The KGB Bar, New York, NY
The Hudson School, Hoboken, NJ
Live Lit, Montclair State University: read several times.
Symposia Bookstore, Hoboken, NJ
…and other bookstore appearances.
Ann has several hundred posts on her blog, found at annandersonevans.com/blog. She writes about reinventing yourself, setting the rules, breaking out of your comfort zone, and the pleasures of life.
Ann was a founding member of the contemplative pedagogy initiative at Montclair State University where she taught freshman writing for eight years. She devised unique teaching methods using meditation and a focus on personal experience or belief, and uses these in her workshops.
BOOK CLUB WORKSHOP
As part of a club’s reading of DARING TO DATE AGAIN, Ann offers a two-hour workshop featuring a short reading from the book, light analysis of what makes a memoir work, and the writing and sharing of short memoir pieces written by members of the club. Super fun!
This workshop last three hours. 5-15 participants
This three-hour workshop adds a kinetic element to the usually sedentary activity of writing. 5-15 participants:
Suitable for individuals, classes, reading or writing groups, or bookstore venues
Previous workshops given at: