Ann McCutchan is a writer, editor and writing teacher based in Laramie, Wyoming.
She is the author of Marcel Moyse: Voice of the Flute
Press, 1994), The Muse That Sings: Composers Speak About the Creative
(Oxford University Press, 1999), and a wide range of published
work in newspapers, magazines, literary journals and other media.
Formerly a columnist for the Austin American-Statesman and
Gannett News Service, McCutchan has written hundreds of newspaper and
magazine articles on the fine and literary arts, family issues, travel,
and the environment, and is the recipient of a Distinguished Achievement
Award from the Educational Press Association of America. She has worked
as an Associate Editor for Weissmann Travel Reports, Contributing Editor
in fine arts and travel for @Austin magazine, and has served as communications
and artistic director for various arts organizations.
McCutchan's research and creative projects have been supported
by grants, fellowships and residencies from the Rockefeller Foundation,
the Mid-America Arts Alliance, the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and
Sciences, the Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation, the National Park Service,
the Wyoming Arts Council, and Cornell University, She holds an MFA in
creative writing from the University of Houston and an MM in music from
the University of Michigan, and has taught writing at Cornell University,
the University of Texas, Antioch College, and in private and organizational
workshops. She is currently Visiting Associate Professor of Writing and
Music at the University of Wyoming.
Visit Ann's Website at: http://www.annmccutchan.com