Anne Lamott is an American non-fiction writer and Novelist and political activist as well as public speaker and she has one another title of writing teacher. She works most of the time on her own biography.
Biography: She was on 10 April 1954 in San Francisco, California, United States. Her parents are Kenneth Church Lamott, Dorothy Norah Wyles Lamott. She has one son named Sam Lamott. She took her education from Drew School and after that she got admission in Goucher College, and after two years, she started writing for news paper.
Parents: Kenneth Church Lamott, Dorothy Norah Wyles Lamott
Son: Sam Lamott
Profession: Novelist, non-fiction writer, essayist, memoirist
Education: Goucher College, Drew School
She has achieved so much fame through some famous subjects like: alcoholism, single-motherhood, depression, and Christianity.
Achievements: She published her first novel named Hard Laughter on his father’s life, after his father diagnosis of brain cancer. She has taken award of Guggenheim Fellowship in 1985.
In her family, she has one son, who was born in August 1989 and a grandson, Jax, born in July 2009. In 1994, she moved to San Rafael, California.
Novels: Hard Laughter. Viking Press in 1980, Rosie. Viking Press in 1983, joe Jones. North Point Press in 1985, All New People. North Point Press in 1989, Crooked Little Heart. Pantheon Books in 1997, Blue Shoe. Riverhead Books in 2002. and last Imperfect Birds. Riverhead Books in 2010.
Social Media: She is also well active on social media with so many followers and she has come in TED talk too. And if you want to follow her then we are providing some her social media links below.