Ann K. Howley is the author of the award-winning memoir, Confessions of a Do-Gooder Gone Bad. A regular contributor to Pittsburgh Parent Magazine, her articles and essays appear in publications nationwide, including Skirt Magazine, Bicycle Times, Pittsburgh-Post Gazette and others, and is a contributor to the 2016 HerStories Project anthology, So Glad They Told Me – Women Get Real About Motherhood. She won the First Place Prize for Nonfiction in the 2015 and 2016 Pennwriters Writing Contest, and won a national award from the Parenting Media Association in 2017. She has conducted workshops in cities across the country, and teaches writing courses for CCAC’s Community Education Program. A popular speaker, Ann loves to convince people that their lives are worth writing about.
Type of Writing
non-fiction, articles, NF: essay, fiction, NF: memoir, NF: How to write/edit/publish, creative non-fiction, NF: history/war/politics, NF: biography, NF: Professional mags/journals, NF: true crime/true war, NF: autobiography, science fiction, young adult, humor, magazines, action/adventure