Ann Ormsby

Ann Ormsby is the author of two novels and many short stories that dig deep into family relationships. She has also written a number of opinion pieces about public policy issues. Her op-eds have run in the New York Daily News, The Newark Star-Ledger, The Huffington Post, njspotlight.com, The Westfield Leader and The Alternative Press. Her short stories have appeared in the Greenwich Village Literary Review, Every Day Fiction, Pentimento Magazine, and October Hill Magazine.

Her new novel, Living in the Rain, explores the topic of how much we owe each other. How much do we have to sacrifice for our family? And why is the answer different for each person? It also shines the light on the stigma of mental illness. Living in the Rain is due out in June of 2021.

The Recovery Room, her debut novel, raises the question of who should make a woman’s most private decision and tells the stories of three very different women struggling with an unintended pregnancy. The book is a must-read for anyone pondering the question of reproductive rights.

She is also an award-winning communications and marketing professional. Her campaign for Youth Health for NYC Health + Hospitals won the coveted Shorty Award. Ann lives in the tri-state area with her husband.

Ann Ormsby

Ann Ormsby is the author of two novels and many short stories that dig deep into family relationships. She has also written a number of opinion pieces about public policy issues. Her op-eds have run in the New York Daily News, The Newark Star-Ledger, The Huffington Post, njspotlight.com, The Westfield Leader and The Alternative Press. Her short stories have appeared in the Greenwich Village Literary Review, Every Day Fiction, Pentimento Magazine, and October Hill Magazine.

Her new novel, Living in the Rain, explores the topic of how much we owe each other. How much do we have to sacrifice for our family? And why is the answer different for each person? It also shines the light on the stigma of mental illness. Living in the Rain is due out in June of 2021.

The Recovery Room, her debut novel, raises the question of who should make a woman’s most private decision and tells the stories of three very different women struggling with an unintended pregnancy. The book is a must-read for anyone pondering the question of reproductive rights.

She is also an award-winning communications and marketing professional. Her campaign for Youth Health for NYC Health + Hospitals won the coveted Shorty Award. Ann lives in the tri-state area with her husband.

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