The Tiny Victories Podcast is live!

Vulture says:It's a short sparkle! Bright spots of light and laughter are beginning to break up the gloom, doom, and dread that is omnipresent in 2020, and one of the latest glimmers comes in the form of Tiny Victories, hosted by actress Annabelle Gurwitch and comedian Laura House.

All events and workshops have moved online

go to Events and Writing pages for info

If You Lived With Me You'd Be Home By Home, streaming on PBS ALL ARTS

UnCommon Voices PBS All Arts streaming series

UnCommon Voices series focuses on theater artists creating works with social justice themes

Come write with me and watch the leaves change in Maine

storytelling workshop

come and write in the autumnal spendor of Maine

Interview with Madeleine Brand KCRW

divorce looks different at age 50, managing the financials

The Moth: True Stories Told Live

Annabelle tells a story for The Moth.

Annabelle tells a story for The Moth.

I'm Ready for My Wide Shot: on gender equality on screen

Wall Street Journal op-ed

Bill Maher and Annabelle discussing how no matter how hard you try and escape your family, you just end up in another crazy family.

Review O Magazine May 2017

O Magazine May 2017

Bustle Magazine

July 2017

Bustle Magazine's 11 Family Memoirs if you loved The Glass Castle

"As a memoirist, Gurwitch succeeds by evoking emotions that cut to the core of our humanity, and giving us laughs along the way." Los Angeles Review of Books

"Shalom Y'all, Bittersweet Family Tales from the Deep South." J Weekly of Northern California

Book launch with Jonathan Gold!

Skylight Books, Los Angeles

Wearing the dress my mother wore on the way to her honeymoon in 1957!

Take My Mother, Please! Los Angeles Review of Books

Mothers don't let your sons grow up to be writers. My review of A Mother's Tale by Phillip Lopate

When Annabelle Gurwitch started to look for a retirement community for her aging parents, she discovered there are limited options for those on a limited budget. But despite some early bumps and disappointments, the support her parents ultimately found turned out to be priceless. Gurwitch, author of “Wherever You Go, There They Are,” shares this essay.

Why I am Not Marching In A Pink Hat

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©2017-2021 by Annabelle Gurwitch. 


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