Anne Pinkerton is an essayist, memoirist, and poet. Her work often circles around grief and loss, as well as coping with these painful realities in our lives.

Her memoir, Were You Close? A sister’s quest to know the brother she lost, will be published by Vine Leaves Press in April of 2023.

Poems and essays have appeared in Hippocampus Magazine, Ars Medica, Modern Loss, “Beautiful Things” at River Teeth Journal, Sunlight Press, Stone Gathering, The Bark, Entropy Magazine, Lunch Ticket, Shooter Literary Magazine, Farmer-ish, The HerStories Project, and the anthologies, The Pandemic Midlife Crisis: Gen X Women on the Brink and Nothing Divine Dies: A Poetry Anthology About Nature.

Anne holds an MFA in creative nonfiction from Bay Path University and studied poetry as an undergrad at Hampshire College. She grew up in Texas and now lives in Western Massachusetts.

“Deep grief is the price of admission for deep love. Writing about loss gives us the opportunity to show how love has shaped our life.”

— Eleanor Vincent

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