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Ann Edall-Robson

Ann Edall-Robson grew up in ranching country. Her passion to keep the fast-disappearing western heritage and traditions alive is evident in all her creative pursuits.

Recognized for both her writing and photography, Ann’s published book credits include The Quiet Spirits, Moon Rising: An Eclectic Collection of Works, e-Cookbooks in her From Our Home To Yours Series and Birds in my Canadian Backyard.

She is a contributor to the Voice and Vision artisan anthologies and The Congress of Rough Writers – Flash Fiction Anthology Vol. 1.

Ann and her husband reside near the foothills of Alberta where nature and the traditions of the West immerse her in the way of life that influence and inspire her work.

Author, photographer and lover of life. Capturing moments others may never get to experience.

Website: Ann Edall-Robson

Blogging at:

Ann Edall-Robson Blog

Morning Muse

Twitter:

@AnnEdallRobson

@1DAKATAMA

Facebook

Fine Art America – collection of Ann Edall-Robson’s photography

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Writers Guild of Alberta

BOOKS

Reviews & Testimonials

The Quiet Spirits

Brandi Westeron is a freelance writer in love with the fading lifestyle of the western homestead. After publishing a high-profile article in Homestead Life Quarterly, Brandi starts experiencing unusual dreams and is faced with a choice: pursue her goals for her next feature piece, or follow her instincts in search of answers about her dreams? With the help of some trusted friends, Brandi sets out to do both, soon to discover that some things in life are not what they seem.

 

Moon Rising: An Eclectic Collection of Works

Through photographs, verse, insightful musings, anecdotes, and short stories, Edall-Robson’s Moon Rising, takes a luxuriant ramble over a broad range of human emotions, evoking lightning bolts of empathy and recognition. Moon Rising offers a smorgasbord of emotional highs and lows, a sometimes comic but always loving expression of her belief in the country way of life that she was born into and raised by.

 

Birds in my Canadian Backyard

Birds in my Canadian Backyard is a general information field guide to identify birds found in the backyards, mountains, ponds, prairies, and waterways across Canada. The pages are filled with coloured photographs by Ann Edall-Robson and useful identifying information. Note from the author: The birds found on the pages of this book are not only found in Canada, but in other parts of the world as well.

 

From Our Home To Yours: Cookies

Our family’s western heritage is found throughout the cookie recipes in From Our Home To Yours: Cookies. A selection of tried and true cookies recipes passed from generation to generation make tasty snacks and wonderful gifts. 

 

 

From Our Home To Yours: Cakes & Squares

Our western heritage and country home is kept alive through the selection of tried and true cakes and squares recipes that have been passed down through the generations. Homemade goodness From Our Home To Yours: Cakes & Squares.

 

 

Voice and Vision 2016

Voice and Vision 2016 is a production of Canadian visual artists and wordsmiths. An interpretation of work between artistic partners. Culminated in a Limited Edition, professionally published book. 

 

 

Voice and Vision 2017

Voice and Vision 2017 is a collaboration of Canadian visual artists and wordsmiths. An interpretation of work between artistic partners. Culminated in a Limited Edition, professionally published book. 

 

 

The Congress of the Rough Writers Flash Fiction Anthology Vol 1

Thirty writers began with 99 words and forged literary feats.Vol. 1 explores the literary art of flash fiction, beginning with the earliest compilations at Carrot Ranch and later pieces based on a new flash fiction prompt. This is not your typical anthology. It continues with longer stories extended from the original 99-word format and essays on how flash fiction supports memoir writing. Based on the experiences at Carrot Ranch, the concluding section of Vol. 1 offers tips to other groups interested in using the flash fiction format to build a literary community.

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