The best thing she did since moving back to her birthplace and settling along the Wakarusa River was to join the Kansas Authors Club. She is still scratching her head over how a Bushwhacker could become president of District 1 a few months after enlisting.
Spry is a memoirist who has helped several writers publish personal histories. She has a Bachelor of Journalism degree from MU and a master’s in communication arts from Memphis State University. She has two works in progress: Bless Me Auntie: Finding Purpose as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Brazil and Journaling Through Difficult Times to Find Healing and Transformation. Her author website is under construction but its working title is “Late Blooming Onion.”
Her first memoir was a collection of newspaper columns called Letters from Home. She has co-authored other books, including a true-crime memoir, Searching for Summer: A Solved but Unresolved Missing Persons Case that launched in 2019.
Anne serves as President of District 1 in 2021, and is leading the Convention Committee as District 1 is host for the annual convention this year.