Ann discusses her journey with Alzheimer's, horses and new life with Elin Barton, the host of Ready. Set. Grit: Your Life on Purpose.
Scribbler's Ink invited Ann to submit a blog post about the experience of recording the audiobook for Motherhood: Lost and Found. Scribbler's Ink is a Boston-based writing organization that offers workshops for writers of all abilities. Her post is entitled: "The Rhythm Within Me: the Experience of Recording an Audiobook." To read the post, click on the title.
"Friendship, Writing Span 20 Years"
The Huntersville Herald shares
the story about how authors Ann Campanella and Gilda Morina Syverson supported each other through the writing of their best-selling memoirs.
Horsetalk.co.nz shares news of global recognition for Motherhood: Lost and Found. "Equine memoir a finalist in international 'Voices for Horses' book awards." Read more....
Paula Slater from the radio show, Straight from the Horse's Mouth, interviewed Ann about her mother's Alzheimer's, her infertility and how her horse Crimson helped carry her through those difficult days.
Women of Upstate New York magazine published Ann's story:
"A Mother's Memories of Lake George: The Effects of Alzheimer's,"
Nov. 2016, page 48-49
Lori Tate, editor of Lake Norman Currents magazine interviews Ann in "An Emotional Roadmap: Writer Ann Campanella shares her
story so others can find their way."
Lake Norman Currents,
Nov. 2016, page 11.
The Daily Brunch shares Ann's story: "Alzheimer's: a Dialogue Inspired by my Mother."
In this Dementia Roundtable Conversation, Gary LeBlanc interviews Ann about Motherhood: Lost and Found and how her horse Crimson helped her through some difficult days.10/28/16
Mamapedia features Ann's story: "Yearning Towards Motherhood: Standing Between Infertility and Alzheimer's." 10/28/16
Ann's story on "Writing Through the Grief of
Miscarriage and a Mother's Illness" kicks off Motherhood Collective's Author Series
Motherhood: Lost and Found ranked #1 on Amazon for Hot New Releases in Eldercare and #2 for Best Sellers in Aging! 9/22/16
NC Author Shares Story of Award-Winning Memoir for National Alzheimer's Month The Lincoln Herald 9/24/16
Dannye Romine Powell, author of the Charlotte Observer's "Reading Matters," writes about Motherhood: Lost and Found on 9/22/16.
Ann is a guest blogger about Alzheimer's on Careliving.org, a blog started by Kim Campbell, the wife of legendary country music singer Glen Campbell. Ann shares a five-part series called "Lessons From My Mother."
Ann discusses Motherhood: Lost and Found with Lori La Bey of Alzheimer's Speaks Radio. Brian LeBlanc, who was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's joins in the conversation with Ann and Lori.
Ann guest posts on The Long and Winding Road about Motherhood: Lost and Found and her mom's journey through Alzheimer's.
Ann's story "Between Infertility and Alzheimer's: Standing in the Gap of Motherhood" is featured on Hooray For Moms!
Ann and her writing students were asked to contribute guest blog posts on confidence, vision and purpose to The Global Girls Project, a forum designed to help women and young girls discover their unique voice. Lauren-Kate's piece was called "Creative Confidence," Sydney wrote a post called "Envisioning my Dream" and Ann's story was titled, Empowered Purpose: How my Writing Students Inspired Me."
News about Ann's book from The Humble Observer, Humble, TX. "Former Observer editor named finalist in Next Generation Indie Book Awards."
Ann's first interview by Lori La Bey of Alzheimer's Speaks Radio. Ann is featured from minutes 35 to 42 and then starting at minute 60 for the entire 2nd hour.
An excerpt from Ann's memoir, Motherhood: Lost and Found, appears on Alzheimer's Speaks blog, which was recognized as the #1 online influencer for Alzheimer's by Dr. Oz.
Lauren Odomirok, a Davidson alumnus, who writes for The Herald Weekly interviews Ann twice.
"Campanella's Memoir Explores Loss, New Life"
"Poet Finds Inspiration in Natural Settings"
Brenda Barger of Davidsonnews.net interviews Ann.
Writing Toward the Light: When a Loved One has Alzheimer's
Ann gives a presentation of her poetry, memoir and fiction at Catawba College in Salisbury and shared with her audience how writing has the power to transform grief and pain into acceptance, peace and even joy.
Listen to two of Ann's poems read by Garrison Keillor on The Writer's Almanac.
One of Ann's poems was featured on Charlotte Viewpoint.
Ann is an author on Goodreads.com.