Anne R. Keene
Anne is drawn toward history that defines our truths. She began her career as a writer after graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a journalism degree, working in radio news/television documentary research and production, and serving as a press secretary and speechwriter in both Congress and a presidential administration.
The Cloudbuster Nine was a finalist for the CASEY Award for "Best Baseball Book of the Year." She has spoken at the National Baseball Hall of Fame Museum in Cooperstown, MLB ballparks, libraries, SABR forums and Naval Academy chapters nationwide.
Anne's work has appeared in publications such as the New York Times and she has collaborated on assignments with the National WWII Museum and HISTORY, recently appearing on C-SPAN and a FOX Nation documentary about Ted Williams and Joe DiMaggio. She serves on the board of the Texas Library and Archives Foundation, actively supports the Texas Book Festival and swims for Longhorn Aquatics Masters at the University of TEXAS.