Adele Annesi is an award-winning writer and editor. She worked as a development editor for Scholastic Publishing, and is now a book editor specializing in business, culture and memoir. Also an award-winning writer, Adele is a press correspondent whose columns and stories appear in newspapers, magazines, blogs and literary journals. Her short fiction has appeared in 34th Parallel, The Fairfield Review, Hotmetalpress, Marco Polo Quarterly, Miranda Literary Magazine, The Pittsburgh Quarterly and Tertulia Magazine. Her essay After the Sunflowers is now in the Press Pause Moments anthology. She has contributed to The Circle and the Italian-American literary journal Pyramid, and her short fiction has appeared in an anthology for Fairfield University. Adele won Poetic Voices of America's editor's choice award, and teaches editing and workshops for libraries and other venues. She is currently at work on a novel.
Publications and Prizes
34th Parallel, Fairfield Review, Marco Polo Quarterly, Southern Literary Review, Tertulia Magazine, Trillium Literary Journal