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Journalist and storyteller Ann Ferrar is the authorized biographer of the late Bessie Stringfield, who was her mentor and friend.

Ann has been writing feature articles and narrative non-fiction for 35-plus years. Ann's stories have been published in The New York Times, in major women's magazines and other venues, on a variety of subjects from motorcycling to health and women's issues, respectively.

Ann's earlier short-form biographies of Bessie Stringfield have been published in periodicals, on the web, and in Hear Me Roar: Women, Motorcycles and the Rapture of the Road (NY: Crown, 1996). This was Annís first book, in which she introduced Bessie Stringfield to the world beyond Miami, while chronicling the history of Americaís women bikers.

Born in Brooklyn, New York and living much of her adult life in Manhattan, Ann currently lives in nearby New Jersey with her two rescued dogs.

You may use the contact form to send a message to Ann. Please bear in mind that she is busy writing the memoir; therefore, it may take time to receive a reply. Thanks for understanding.