Ann Howells

Ann Howells

Poetry Contributor

Ann Howells edited Illya’s Honey for eighteen years. Her books include: Under a Lone Star, Village Books Press, 2016, Cattlemen & Cadillacs as editor, Dallas Poets Community, 2016, So Long As We Speak Their Names, Kelsay Books, 2019, about watermen on Chesapeake Bay, and Painting the Pinwheel Sky, Assure Press, 2020, persona poems of Van Gogh and his contemporaries. Her chapbooks include: Black Crow in Flight, published through Main Street Rag’s 2007 competition and Softly Beating Wings, 2017 William D. Barney Competition winner, Blackbead Books. Ann’s work appears in many small press and university journals.

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