Anne Marie (she | her) graduated in September 2013 with a Masters degree in Applied Ecology, focusing her dissertation on Science Communication and Education, through which she wrote and published her bilingual children's book, Mamã, porque sou uma ave?/Mommy, Why Am I a Bird? In May 2021, she completed her degree in English.
In 2019, her plays Miss Snicklefritz’ Murder Mystery and The Door, were blindly selected for The Wrights of Wyoming statewide play festival. The Door was selected for publication by The Progenitor Art & Literary Journal (2020). Her short play, Strangers, or Les Inconnus was published by Masque & Spectacle (2020), and her short play The Leaf Whisperer: A Work in Progress was selected as part of the 2020 Wrights of Wyoming play festival.
An avid storyteller, she performed in and won several Cabin Fever Story Slams and was selected by The Moth to perform in a "Main Stage" event in Jackson Hole, Wyoming in 2019.
In 2020, she was featured on Wyoming PBS's "Storytime with Wyoming Authors" series.
She was selected as a 2020 and 2021 Brain Mill Press National Poetry Month Contest Editors’ Pick poet. She completed the summer-long 2020 Passengers Journal poetry workshop. She was selected to be a part of the 2020-2021 cohort of the Community Literature Initiative through the Sims Library of Poetry. In 2021, she was accepted into Room Magazine's writing mentorship program where she studied under Téa Mutonji.
She earned the 2020 Milestone Award presented by Wyoming Writers, Inc and the 2020 Rising Star Award presented by the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce.
Anne Marie's poems have appeared in or will appear in The Alchemy Literary Journal, Brain Mill Press, Santa Fe Writing Project, The JH Poetry Box, Changing Womxn Collective, Angel City Review, Coastal Shelf, In Parentheses, Lucky Jefferson, Meniscus Journal, Muddy River Poetry Review, Other Worldly Women’s Press, Poets’ Choice, Passengers Journal, Skylight 47, Turbulence and Coffee, Soliloquies Anthology, Unlimited Literature, Variant Literature, and The Voices Project.
She is a proud queer woman navigating the world with a chronic illness.