Ann Hauprich - Author  

Stories that warm hearts, lift spirits and tickle funny bones.



Extensive experience in newspaper and magazine publishing circles in the USA and Canada. Bylines have appeared in Adirondack Life, Bluegrass Unlimited, Chatelaine, Country Woman, Exchange, The Gazette, GRIT: American Life & Traditions, Home & Country, New York Thoroughbred, The Oakville Beaver, Saratoga Living Magazine, The Saratogian, Today's Parent (Canada), The Toronto Star, Vermont Magazine, Women's Circle, Woodshop News and Writer's Digest.

Creator of "Marketing Your Words of Art" workshop series designed to help other writers cope with the ups and downs of freelancing. Topics covered included: goal-setting, bulldozing writer's block, preparing convincing queries and book proposals, keeping rejections in perspective, understanding copyrights and negotiating fees. Those who have offered this course include: The Knowledge Network in Albany and the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Continuing Education Department. Worked with mature students at Sheridan College's Brampton Campus to create and publish The Sheridan Sapient and served for several years on the college's Journalism Advisory Committee in Oakville.

Efforts recognized and rewarded in Canadian competitions for Best Feature, Best News Editorial, and Best Tabloid Front Page Design as well as a premier national award for Best Series of Articles. Several human interest stories were deemed worthy of syndication by Canadian Press Wire Services. Honors bestowed during years at Sheridan College of Applied Arts and Technology included the Board of Governors' Silver Medal for Academic Excellence and two Thomson Newspaper Awards.

Producer of ads, annual reports, brochures, flyers, media releases, newsletters and workshops. Developed and taught a public relations course called "Put On A Public Face" for Brampton campus of Ontario's Sheridan College. Hosted series of cable television talk shows involving child welfare issues on behalf of Halton Children's Aid Society, a branch of the Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services. Completed several projects for the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food in Guelph, Ontario. These included creating promotional material for province's Agriculture In The Classroom program; co-editing a teachers' guide for a science unit on Energy and Food; editing and designing annual reports; researching and writing a career-planning booklet and leaders' guide for senior 4-H members as well as conducting workshops for government staff throughout the Province of Ontario.

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Newspaper & Magazine Experience

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