Fiction:

“Mauve” Evening Street Review, Number 13, Autumn 2015.

“Tiny Spaces.” Grey Sparrow, Vol. 6-2, Spring 2015.

“The Rite of Friendship.”  CALYX, A Journal of Art and Literature by Women,
Vol. 28, no. 2, 2015.

“To Sing, To Speak.” The Cortland Review, Issue 57. 2012. Web.

“Two at Mass.” Kravis Center for Performing Arts. West Palm Beach. 9 Mar. 2012. Public
Performance.

“Sour Cherries.” Kravis Center for Performing Arts. West Palm Beach. 13 Jan. 2012. Public
Performance.

“Bear Paw.” Florida Arts View. NPR. WXEL, Fort Lauderdale. 25 Feb. 2011. Radio.

Nonfiction:

I Lived Like a Man For a Couple of Weeks.” The Washington Post 30 Jun. 2015. Web.

“A Chorus of Chemicals: The Private Life of Endocrine Disruption.” Reed Magazine (top 5 finalist for the Gabriele Rico Nonfiction Challenge) Vol. 68, 2015

“Many Reasons for Hope of Change in the Church.” The Palm Beach Post 27 Jul. 1998: 15A.
Print.

“A Mother’s Gratitude.” Mt. Lebanon Magazine 4 Apr. 2017. Web. 

References:

Ann Mallen is quoted in Charles J. Ryan’s book The Virility Paradox, published in 2018. The author refers to her Washington Post essay (above).

Ann Mallen is also quoted in The Guardian in Amy Fleming’s “Does Testosterone Make You Mean?” 

The Palm Beach Post featured the literary nonprofit Mallen founded and directs four times.

Voyage featured Ann Mallen in “Miami’s Most Inspiring Stories”