Anne E Tazewell is an award-winning advocate for the environment and adventure lover. A married mother of three, Anne has imported handicrafts from South America and Southeast Asia, opened a vegetarian restaurant in Virginia, been a textile artist in Key West, Florida and for the past twenty plus years- seventeen at NC State University- has served as a clean energy expert. She has an MFA in Creative Non-Fiction from Goucher College and lives in Carrboro, North Carolina.
A Good Spy Leaves No Trace is her first book.
See recent article here about Anne’s lifetime achievement award.
Featured Publications & Podcasts
Anne Tazewell is one of 14 authors who contributed an essay about their environmental activism. Small Stories Big Changes is a book about the grass roots of making a difference where you are planted or where you are called.
Home At The End Of The World- Key West Tales of the 60s 70s and 80s by Those Who Lived it
Conceptualized and curated by Rita B Troxel
At the start, Anne Tazewell’s poem “A Key West Recipe ” sets the stage for the magic that is Key West, Florida. “A Key West Recipe : The Story” is one of seventy five accounts of a time gone where the enchantment of this one by four island in the middle of the sea still brings the smell of night blooming jasmine, family, friends and the rustling of palms to our senses.
Stewart Copeland (of the famed band The Police) and his two siblings Miles III & Lennie narrate a lively nine episode podcast series that features Anne Tazewell in four of the episodes. Their fathers were close friends and deeply entwined in espionage and escapades in WWII Europe and the 1950’s & 60’s Middle East. Be entertained, amused and educated by these spy kids.