Anna M. Evans's poems have appeared in journals including the Harvard Review, Rattle, the Atlanta Review, the Evansville Review and 32 Poems. She is a graduate of the Bennington College MFA Program. Her poem, "Zeitgeber" (included in The Stolen From) won the 2012 Rattle Readers' Choice Award.
Her two books of translations, Saint-Pol-Roux & Other Poems from the French, and Selected Poems of Marceline Desbordes-Valmore, along with two chapbooks, Superhoes & Villanelles and The Stolen From: Poems About Memory & Alzheimer's, are available from Barefoot Muse Press.
Two other chapbooks Selected Sonnets and Swimming are available from Maverick Duck Press.
Anna is editor of The Raintown Review, and an Advisory Board Member for Poetry by the Sea: A Global Conference. She is accredited by the New Jersey Artists in Education program to work with Children in Grades K-8, and she teaches poetry at the West Windsor Art Center, and writing at Stockton University.
Anna M. Evans has trained with the National Center for Creative Aging and has conducted poetry workshops at a residential center for older adults with memory loss.