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Pilgrim, writer, photographer, Anne Born is the author of “A Marshmallow on the Bus,” “Prayer Beads on the Train,” and “Waiting on a Platform,” “Turnstiles,” “Local Color,” “Buen Camino!,” and “If You Stand Here.” Editor of the award-winning anthologies “These Winter Months,” and “These Summer Months.”

Anne’s writing focuses on family and life in a big city after growing up in a small one. Her work has appeared on Open Salon, Red Room, and as a feature in non-fiction on Wattpad. She is a former contributing writer at The Broad Side and Hostel Geeks, and an amateur photographer who specializes in photos of churches, cemeteries, and the Way of St. James in Spain. Anne’s books are available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble – or by visiting My Bookstore on the top menu bar.

Most of her writing was done on a New York City bus or subway train. She has also been known to write while watching it snow out the window in Michigan. It’s all good.

Follow Anne Born on Twitter, Instagram, and Redbubble @ nilesite.

6 comments on “About

  1. Your work, meanderings through the mundane and divine are truly mesmerizing! And the churches! Did I mention the churches?

  2. Hello Anne, Like you we ‘collect’ churches and graveyards! If you are in London, you must visit St Peter’s Church also known as ‘The Italian Church’ at 136 Clerkenwell Rd, London EC1R 5DL. It is simply simple and beautiful. When we were in New York City we really enjoyed a visit to Greenwood Cemetery. The guide took us to the grave of Leonard Bernstein and we all sang a selection from ‘West Side Story’. It was quite touching! Also like you, I love Notre Dame and feel at home there.
    Mary Turner (one of Grace’s choir colleagues!)

  3. Pingback: Book Review: Buen Camino! Tips From An American Pilgrim by Anne Born | Dragonfly and Prairie Dog 2013 and Beyond

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