Ann Ehringhaus has loved poetry, photography, music, and the ocean forever! Ocracoke Island and Carrboro are her homes.
Recently as a Visual Artist in Residence in Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas, she participated as a featured poet in the town’s weekly poetry reading, the oldest continuous in the U.S. She is the author of two books, Ocracoke Portrait and Ten Thousand Breakfasts, and co-author of two others.
Participation at the 2017 West End Poetry Festival
Curated Open Mic | Thursday, October 19 | starts at 6:30 pm | 2nd Wind