Anne Starr



nne Starr spent her childhood in Michigan, Vermont and Ontario, and began writing in her fourth-grade class with Mrs. Stone. Her writing has appeared in Integral Review, Springer Publishing’s 2019 “Professional Coaching”, Emergent Learning case studies, an MIT newsletter, and innumerable business cases, executive and Maturity Assessment Profiles, and You Are Here Mapping portraits.
   Her “Evening” was nominated for Best Microfiction 2023 Anthology. She holds an MBA from Simmons College. She studied writing with Gene Miller, Ken Schiff, in Grub Street classes, and in a writing group hosted by former Houghton Mifflin editor Lawrence Kessenich, where her memoir North on 101 was first developed.
     It will be published in the Spring of 2025. 

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