Below you will find some of Anne's past Accomplishments!
Anne B. McKee is a Mississippi storyteller and author. She is a Literary and Performing Artist listed on the Mississippi Arts Commission’s Artist Roster -- www.arts.state.ms.us. All things Mississippi rings through Anne’s work, whether storytelling, short plays, written books, newspaper and magazine articles, or historic tours. Anne has been a guest storyteller for Mississippi Public Broadcasting (Radio) Commentaries Program, Paul Ott’s Listen to the Eagle radio show and several additional radio stations throughout the state. She is active with the arts and educational communities in Mississippi. She writes a weekly opinion piece featured in The Meridian Star -- www.themeridianstar.com . Her work can be found inMississippi Magazine, Today’s Mississippi Woman, LEGENDS Magazine, Sweet Tea & Afternoon Tales, Pets Across American Vol I & II, and recently released Magnolias & Afternoon Tales, plus several anthologies and southern journals. Her short biography contribution featuring the life of Eudora Welty published the last quarter of 2014. Anne’s recent book project, Historic Photos of Mississippi, published by Turner Publishing, Nashville, continues to be a bestseller for the publisher and available at most bookstores throughout the Southeast. Remembering Mississippi is an additional book for Turner Publishing Co. Anneis the Director of the largest storytelling event in East Mississippi. The Rose Hill Cemetery Costumed Tour, Meridian, is presented each last Saturday in September, with 1,000 to 2,000 attendees each time. The event teaches Mississippi history and heritage through the arts of drama and storytelling. She will soon be featured as a Mississippi history/heritage storyteller in the upcoming documentary, Natchez Trace Project due to produce in 2015 via National Public Broadcasting/Mississippi Public Broadcasting.