A former actor, print and radio journalist, Anne LeClaire is the author of eight critically acclaimed best-selling novels published in twenty-four countries and the award winning memoir, Listening Below the Noise. She is a frequent speaker at colleges and universities, hospitals, libraries, corporate events, and literary festivals and conferences. She has been a keynote speaker for many organizations including The Massachusetts Women’s Bar Association, The Association for American University Women and the Cape Cod Writers Conference among others and is a Distinguished Fellow of the Ragdale Foundation.
Anne teaches creative writing workshops in the United States and in a variety of international venues. She has been a visiting lecturer at Mt. Holyoke College, the University of Tennessee and Columbia College. Additionally she leads popular seminars and workshops exploring silence, creativity and deep listening, most recently at the Lincoln Center in NYC, the Chicago Botanic Gardens in Glencoe, IL, St Mark’s Cathedral in Seattle WA, The Sophia Institute in Charleston, SC, and at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Lenox, MA.
A licensed pilot, Anne is the mother of two and lives on Cape Cod with her husband, Hillary.
You can follow Anne on her web site www.anneleclaire.com.