The Grapevine Art & Soul Salon

Anne Lovett

Anne Lovett is a tenth-generation Southerner from south Georgia who has traced roots back to English, Scots-Irish, and Welsh settlers. Her early plans for a scientific and teaching career were sidetracked when a daughter was born with a disability. Always a lover of words and ideas, she began to write while staying home caring for her children, and since then has had short stories, travel pieces, poems, and essays published in print as well as online. In 2016 her novel Rubies from Burma was published, and in 2017, another novel, Saving Miss Lillian. She is an ardent supporter of historic preservation.


LINKS to articles by Anne Lovett in The Grapevine:

Anne Lovett: Making Love to Music Poems

A Review of Susan Gilbert Harvey's Postmarks: the summers of '98

Home Movies and Life

The Coat in the Goodwill Store

Soul Mirrors

Home by Another Way

A View from Jerusalem's Wall

Area of Refuge

Is That All There Is?

Getting Back in the Saddle

Love, Grandmothers, and Choices


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