Cultivated fields in Bougmez.
Photo by Ann Banks.
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Ann Banks is a journalist and writer living in New York. She has written for many publications, including The New York Times Magazine, The New York Times Book Review, The Atlantic Monthly, the Washington Post, The Nation, and USA Today, where she served as a member of the Board of Contributors. She also wrote regular columns in Parents and Parenting magazines. Selections of her essays may be found at right and at annbanks.com Her travel writing has appeared in Conde Nast Traveler, Vogue, Arthur Frommer Budget Travel, The New York Times, Vogue, and Parents and at gonomad.com. She also has published eight books for children. She has taught writing at Boston College, The New School University, and the School of Visual Arts. She is a board member and former president of the Writers Room, a writers' colony in New York City. She also is on the board of City Lore and the Coney Island History Project, and has served on the membership committee of PEN USA and as a judge for the National Book Awards.
Latest posts by Ann Banks (see all)
- Carriacou, Speaking Words of the Bard - May 29, 2016
- Carriacou, a One-of-a-Kind Caribbean Island - April 21, 2016
- Turkey: Visiting Urgup, Mustafapasa and The Doll House - August 12, 2015
- Cultivated Fields in Morocco’s Bougmez Valley - August 16, 2012
- Mud Brick Houses in Morocco’s Bougmez Valley - August 16, 2012