* WV Living included Ann in their Wonder Women feature
* Taught at WVU 2028-2023
* Gave a talk, “Double Vision,” at the WVU Downtown Library.
* Served as Writer-In-Residence at the Humanities Center at WVU from 2019-2022.
* Inducted into the Fellowship of Southern Writers.
* WVU gave Ann an honorary degree May, 2018.
Strange as This Weather Has Been noted in Huffington Post's 24 Books That Will Help You Understand America...
* ...And in Lithub's 100 Books Across America.
* Great reception of Letter to West Virginia. Read it here.
* Received the Distinguished Writer-in-Residence position at University of Hawaii, Manoa for the Spring 2017 semester.
* “Me and My Daddy Listen to Bob Marley” appears in the new anthology of West Virginia writers, Eyes Glowing at the Edge of the Woods, edited by Laura Long and Doug Van Gundy, published by WVU Press.

Short stories
In Me and My Daddy Listen to Bob Marley, a collection of eleven astonishing novellas and short stories, characters intensely connected to their landsometimes through love, sometimes through hateexperience brokenness and loss, redemption and revelation, often through their relationships to places under siege.

"Do you see the ecstatic mix of beautiful tumbling words, of West Virginia dialect interjected into the narration, of imitation of the sounds of fire within the syllables of the words used to describe the fire? This is Pancake at her brawniest, not using language to tell a story, but allowing the language to become the story. " The Stranger; see full review

"Pancake’s bravura tales carry the pulse of a betrayed yet beautiful place of loyalty and resilience." Booklist; see full review

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