Anne Trubek: Writing for the Public

Anne Trubek: Writing for the Public

CTLR Event Information

Co-sponsored by Academic Administration, CTLR, and the Writing Program.

Wednesday January 27th, 9:00 – 1:00, Crest Room – Workshop

Wednesday January 27th, afternoon (sign up for individual times), CTLR Conference Room – Individual Consultations

Wednesday January 27th, 4:30 in the CTLR Suite – Presentation – Writing for the Public

About Anne

Anne Trubek

Anne Trubek

Anne Trubek is the founder and publisher of Belt Magazine and Belt Publishing.Formerly a tenured professor at Oberlin College, she is the author of A Skeptic’s Guide To Writers’ Houses and the forthcoming The History and Uncertain Future of Handwriting. She has written on the cultural, historical and literary implications of new writing technologies for The New York Times, Wired, The Atlantic and numerous other publications.

She has appeared on NPR’s Weekend Edition, The Diane Rehm Show, Talk of the Nation, The Q  and elsewhere.A Skeptic’s Guide To Writers’ Houses, was hailed as “a remarkable book: part travelogue, part rant, part memoir, part literary analysis and urban history.” The Wall Street Journal called it “relentlessly witty.”She has received an Ohio Arts Council Grant and the Creative Workforce Fellowship from Cuyahoga County.

She is founder of The Thinking Writer which offers online courses and editing services.

She lives in Cleveland, Ohio and can be reached at or via her web site at


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