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Ann Bracken is a writer, poet, educator, and expressive arts consultant whose poetry, essays, and interviews have appeared in the Little Patuxent Review, Life in Me Like Grass on Fire:Love Poems, Scribble, New Verse News, Praxilla, The Museletter, and The Gunpowder Review, Reckless Writing Anthology: Emerging Poets of the 21st and Women Write Resistance: Poets Resist Gender Violence. Ann’s poem, “Mrs. S,” was nominated for a 2014 Pushcart Prize. Her first collection of poems, The Altar of Innocence, a memoir in verse, will be published in 2015 by New Academia Publishing of Washington, DC. Ann serves as a contributing editor for Little Patuxent Review and leads workshops at creativity conferences, including Florida Creativity, Mindcamp of Toronto, and the Creative Problem Solving Institute. Her company, The Possibility Project, offers expressive arts and creativity workshops for women of all ages. Ann is a lecturer in the Professional Writing Program at the University of Maryland. website: