Anne Holub

01.01.2024 – 12.29.2024

Anne Holub received a MFA from the University of Montana and a creative writing MA from Hollins University. Her poetry has been featured on Chicago Public Radio, Yellowstone Public Radio, and in The Clackamas Poetry Journal, The Great Lakes Review, The Mississippi Review, The Asheville Poetry Review, and Phoebe, among other publications. She has two poems published in the anthology Bright Bones: Contemporary Montana Writing, (Open Country Press, 2018). Her chapbook, 27 Threats to Everyday Life, (Finishing Line Press, 2023) was a semi-finalist in the press’ New Women’s Voices Competition. Originally from Virginia, and after more than a decade in Chicago, she now lives and writes in Billings, Montana, with her husband, Dan, their two dogs Merle and Rosie, and a sourdough starter named Rhonda.

Anne will be available on Tuesdays from 2 – 3:30 PM and Thursdays from 10 – 5 PM. She will host a write-along hour in the main galleries on Tuesdays from 3:30 – 4:30 PM. Locations will change weekly. Visitors can join Anne in some free writing time and discussion of the art on exhibition in terms of writing responses. BYO writing materials. Check our calendar for upcoming special write-along days.

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April is National Poetry Month

National Poem in your Pocket Day
Thursday, April 18 | Starting at 10 AM
Stop by the museum on Thursday, April 18 for a limited0edition poetry zine — while supplies last!

“Recycled Poetry” Earth Day Event
Sunday, April 21 | 1 – 3 PM
Come by for a family-friendly hands-on poetry event at the Visible Vault!