News articles, podcasts, webinars, and more featuring Ann.

UofSC Features Ann’s Writing, Blindness, and Expansive Sense
Bryan Gentry at the University of South Carolina sat down with Ann to discuss her poetry, growing popularity, life with blindness, and expansion of multiple avenues for sight.

Columbia Metropolitan Magazine Features Ann’s Poetry Book
Columbia Metro Magazine features Ann and her new poetry book, An Eclipse and a Butcher, in their March 2021 Total Mind & Body section.

Michael Nye Features Ann in His Book of Photos Highlighting Blindness
Michael Nye photographed Ann for his book, The Heart is Not Blind: On Blindness and Perception. As Trinity University Press’ website states, the book is a collection of stunning portraits of blind and visually impaired people taken by Nye. Each image is accompanied by an intimate story told by the subject concerning his or her experiences and unique perspective.

South Carolina State Library Podcast with Ann About the Value of Poetry and Recitation
Ann shares her experiences as a Talking Book patron, braille learner, and how she reads and writes with assistive technology.

Author Keynote at Forest Lake Presbyterian Church
Accompanied by piano, Ann recited ten poems and told stories about how she came to write them.

Featuring: Bill Johns, Pianist,

Ann and Brego at Huntington Beach State Park at the beginning of a new day. Beautiful orange and yellow sunset in the background as Ann sits on a railing with Brego at her feet. Photo by Sparkle Clark.
Ann and Brego at Huntington Beach State Park at the beginning of a new day. Photo by Sparkle Clark.

Orbis – Cybersight in Conversation Part 1: Living Boldly with Blindness
Ann talks about her journey with blindness and how these concepts shift language, perceptions of blindness, and new standards expected of healthcare professionals. Interviewed by Chris McMenemy, President, Ortmann Health Consulting.

WLTX19 – Read Without Seeing
Ann talks about and demonstrates the vast resource of Talking Books with SC State Library for people with print disabilities.

The Columbia Star – Ann Humphries: The First Blind Ultimate Outsider of South Carolina
Ann Humphries is designated an Ultimate Outsider by South Carolina State Parks for visiting all 47 state parks, the first blind person to achieve this.

The Columbia Star – Soaring the Skies to Care for Eyes
Ann tours the Orbis Flying Eye Hospital at the Newark Airport. 

Man playing acoustic guitar.

Just for fun: Ann as songwriter.
Ann wrote lyrics to “Blue Skies and the Blues,” music composed by Lance Roper and sung by vocalist, Cathy Jansen. Contact them through Lance Roper:

Tuesday Duets:
Conversation between Angelo T. Geter and Ann. Geter is the poet laureate of Rock Hill. Check out his website here

My Heart is Not Blind
Podcast with Michael Nye on Ann’s perception of blindness.