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writer , English language and literacy educator

Sally Ann Freeman, American Author, English language educator. Helene Wurlitzer Foundation residency, 1995. Member Author's Guild, International Women's Writing Guild (area representative since 1995).


Freeman, Sally Ann was born on June 20, 1937 in Portland, Maine, United States. Daughter of Arthur Alfonso and Helen Dorothy (Goshen) Wilcox.


Student, Antioch College, Yellow Spring, Ohio, 1957-1958;student, New School, New York City, 1960-1962;Bachelor, U. Maine, 1962.


Editor Natural Lifestyles Magazine, New Paltz, New York, Felton, California, 1970-1974. Project/module writer Boces Environmental Educational Project, New Paltz, 1978-1979. Editor Navigator, Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1982.

English as Second Language instructor City University of New York, 1989-1992. Instructor English as Second Language, grammar and writing division continuing education New York City College of Technology, Brooklyn, since 1983. Literacy instructor N&CT division Canada, since 2005.


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  • Other Work

    • Author: Drugs and Civilization, 1988, Herbs for All Seasons, 1991, Every Woman's Guide to Natural Home Remedies, 1996, Everywoman's Guide to Ageless Natural Beauty, 2000. Co-author, editor: The Kitchen Almanac, 1975. Co-author, editor-in-chief: The Green World, 1974.

      Co-author: Cave of the Moon, 1974. Contributor articles to national magazines.


Member Author's Guild, International Women's Writing Guild (area representative since 1995).


  • Other Interests

    Botany, travel, swimming, reading, cross country skiing.


Married Harry William Freeman, January 2, 1959 (divorced). Children: Toby, Eben.

Arthur Alfonso Wilcox

Helen Dorothy (Goshen) Wilcox

Harry William Freeman

Toby Freeman

Eben Freeman