Literary Mama writing about the many faces of motherhood
Ann Klotz

Ann V. Klotz is the mother of three and the Head of Laurel School in Shaker Heights, OH, where she follows the lives and learning of 645 children, ages 2 to 18. Her house is full of with too many books and alive with the shenanigans of 3 rescue dogs, 3 cats, and one long-lived gold fish (who was the subject of a Literary Mama essay!). Her essays have appeared in Literary Mama, Mothers Always Write, The Manifest Station, The Grief Diaries, Mamalode, the Brevity Blog. Her chapter about becoming a teacher was included in the recently published anthology, What I Didn’t Know, published by Creative Nonfiction. You can read more of her writing at: or by follow her on Twitter: @AnnKlotz

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Mar 16, 2016 The Care and Feeding of a Carnival Goldfish Creative Nonfiction
Blog Entries
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Aug 28, 2017 After Page One Blog
Sep 20, 2016 After Page One: Delight Blog
Jul 4, 2016 After Page One: Why I Write Blog