Anne D. LeClaire
Bestselling author Anne D. LeClaire has written eight novels, such as Entering Normal, The Lavender Hour, and Leaving Eden, as well as her critically acclaimed memoir, Listening Below the Noise: The Transformative Power of Silence. Known for her exquisite and lyrical writing, the prior columnist was published in the New York Times, the Boston Globe, Yoga Journal, and Redbook.
A Distinguished Fellow at the Ragdale Foundation, LeClaire teaches creative-writing workshops around the Planet. She is also a dynamic speaker—top seminars and workshops researching creativity silence, and listening. LeClaire has been a visiting lecturer at Mt. Holyoke Collegeat the University of Tennessee, along with Columbia College and was a featured presenter at the Lincoln Center.
A former reporter, printing journalist, radio broadcaster, and private pilot, LeClaire lives in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, in which she leads quiet retreats, practices yoga, and plays the washboard.
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