Dragonflies at Night with Anne Marie Bennett

Anne Marie Bennett

Anne Marie Bennett has had a varied career—she’s been an elementary school teacher, has worked in a theater, and a SoulCollage(R) trainer and facilitator. She’s written several nonfiction books about her journeys with cancer and about the SoulCollage(R) process, but this year, she’s published her first novel. She joins me to talk about her creative history as well as SoulCollage(R), the shift to writing fiction, her fascination with and research into how celebrity affects those who inhabit it, and of course, her new novel, DRAGONFLIES AT NIGHT.

“Maybe you’re writing fiction for joy and pleasure, and that could be enough.”

Anne Marie Bennett

Show links

Anne Marie’s website

Dragonflies at Night




Stephen Fry’s essay on celebrity: “Let Fame”


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