- From Lindisfarne (via Durham) (Poem). Horn, Ann // Christian Century;7/27/2004, Vol. 121 Issue 15, p34
Presents the poem "From Lindisfarne," by Ann Horn.
- Choice Trees. Horn, Ann // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;May1993, Issue 33, p8
Presents the poem "Choice Trees," by Ann Horn. First Line: In primal garden; Last Line: for life.
- California South. // Print;Nov/Dec2007, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p62
The article explores the design industry in Los Angeles, California. The city has two parallel design industries, entertainment and everybody else. According to Anne Marie Horne, creative director at Tokyopop, the design industry is similar to everything in Hollywood. The article shows several...
- Strip. Kane, Jean // Hotel Amerika;Spring2012, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p164
The poem "Strip," by Jean Kane is presented. First Line: If I were just a fortune, you'd read this little slip with more attention. Last Line: you'll be reward in spite of all appearances.
- Stripped. Rossiter, Sarah // Christian Century;2/22/2012, Vol. 129 Issue 4, p12
The poem "Stripped," by Sarah Rossiter, is presented. First Line: This is the season, trees stripped; Last Line: and, like the forest, fill with light?
- Who's where…. // inCite;Nov2005, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p15
The article reports on personnel changes involving library employees in Australia as of November 2005. Roxanne Missingham was appointed commonwealth parliamentary librarian of the National Library of Australia. Anne Horn has been named university librarian of Deakin University. Anne Niland has...
- Trainer of the Year. // Nursery World (MA Education Limited);10/5/2015 Supplement NurseryWorld Awards 2015, p21
The article offers brief information on Anne Horn, head of Learning for Work in Southend Adult Community College in Great Britain, recipient of the Nursery World Awards 2015 for the Trainer of the Year category, noting her passion for delivering innovative, inspirational and vibrant training.
- Rumble Strip. Tandon, Jason // Bitter Oleander;2005, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p44
Presents the poem "Rumble Strip," by Jason Tandon. First Line: We're standing at table sixteen, Last Line: the galaxy, bone powder blown.
- Strip. McNall, Sally Allen // Blue Unicorn;Oct2006, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p32
Presents the poem "Strip," by Sally Allen McNall. First Line: where had I gone? My mind came back to what my eyes saw, Last Line: came between my hands and a whole unbounded world.