Author Howley, Ann K.
Ann K. Howley is a Wonder Bread, middle-class girl who has never
thrown a punch, is cursed with a big bottom, and who celebrated a
personal milestone when she finally drummed up the nerve to call a
crabby lady a b*tch.
She is a regular contributor to Pittsburgh Parent Magazine and her essays have appeared in publications nationwide, including skirt! Magazine, the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, LA Reader, the Mirror newspapers, Writer's News Weekly, Clever Magazine, and The Inkwell.
A wife and mom, Ann resides in Pennsylvania. Although she is an avid runner, hiker and biker, she still can't keep up with her uber-athletic husband or her dog, who is about 90 in dog years.
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