Anne Whitehouse's travel articles have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Los Angeles Times. A version of her Los Angeles Times feature, Memorial to an Uncivil Era: A Personal Journey to Alabama's new Birmingham Civil Rights Institute was reprinted in Reading Our Lives: Southern Autobiography Anthology (Auburn University Center for the Arts & Humanities, 1997). Her essay, Nancy Mairs: Transformative Power, was commissioned and published by The American Voice.
With David Castronovo Anne Whitehouse co-authored two essays on the correspondence between Edmund Wilson and her great-uncle, Jacob Landau: Jacob Landau: Edmund Wilson's Jewish Ambassador and Edmund Wilson's Citizen Reader and Reflection: Edmund Wilson: Combat and Comradeship.
Jacob Landau: Edmund Wilson's 'Jewish Ambassador'.
Edmund Wilson's Citizen Reader.
Memorial to an Uncivil Era: A Personal Journey to Alabama's new Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, dedicated to remembering what was once "the most segregated city in America"
Anne’s reflections on the civil rights movement in Birmingham are available as a lesson plan from Kids in Birmingham 1963
Anne Whitehouse's first published interview was with Stanley Kunitz, co-authored with Cleopatra Mathis and Elmaz Abinader, as graduate students in Columbia University's Writing Division. It appeared in Columbia: A Magazine of Poetry and Prose, Fall 1977.
Anne Whitehouse has also contributed articles for Columbia, Cobblestone, and the now-defunct East Village Eye, as well as Readers Guides for the Franklin Library.
Anne Whitehouse is featured at Contemporary Alabama Authors Directory