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Carson received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from Stanford University in 1949.
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Carson received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from Stanford University in 1949. Seventeen years later she earned her Master of Arts degree in Latin American Studies from the same university.
Carson began her career as an editor for the Ladies Home Journal and Curtis Publishing Company in 1959 and had held it for two years. In the 1960s, she travelled throughout Latin America and worked as a freelance journalist for newspapers and magazines including, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Kansas City Star and The Times of the Americas.
In 1966, she was appointed a writer and editor for the Johns Hopkins Press. A year later Anne held the same positions at the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress. Then in 1976, she became an editor and writer at the United States Information Agency. From 1990 Carson worked as an editor-in-chief of Anne Carson Associates.
She was an active writer, lecturer, and conference presenter, contributing to academic journals such as Paideuma and at EPIC, the bi-annual Ezra Pound International Conference.
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Carson was a member of Modern Language Association, Author's Guild, Academy of American Poets, National Coalition of Indiana Scholars, Chevy Chase Club, Knickerbocker Club in New York City, Metropolitan and Gibson Island Club in Washington.
On June 22, 1959 Anne Carson married Thomas N. Ambrose, with whom she divorced in October 1967. They have a child. On November 14, 1970 she married Thomas B. Carson.