Blogs, Poems, & Panels, Oh My!

A few updates on the website/world of Amie: new blog on Bishop’s Squatter’s Children, new poem, Camel Meditation, up at Radar Poetry, and information on AWP happenings (and future readings) on my events page.

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New Blog: Questions of Travel

Thoughts on “Questions of Travel” in which I talk about desire for the millionth time.

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New Blog: Bishop’s January 1, 1502

In which I write about feeling lazy but doing something anyway, plus, some poem talk. 

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New Blog Post: “Arrival at Santos”

In my slow journey through all of Elizabeth Bishop’s poems (I almost wrote “bones” just now, which I kind of like. In a way a poet’s poems are their bones–fossils of the lived life…), I have finally made it to her third collection, Questions of Travel. Check out my piece on “Arrival at Santos.” Here’s to a long wade through this segment of Bishop’s skeleton/body of work.

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New Poems at Front Porch!

Pleased to be part of this lovely issue of Front Porch Mag.

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Join me for a Multigenre Scavenger Hunt!

Can’t wait to teach Multigenre Scavenger Hunt online with The Loft Literary Center this summer!

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Bishop’s “The Shampoo” Blog

I finally finished blogging about A Cold Spring! Check out my post on Bishop’s beautiful “shampoo.” 

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Editorial Services Now Available

I’m happy to announce I am now offering editorial services on manuscripts and individual poems, in addition to serving as a writing coach/mentor. Let me know how I can help you with your next writing project!

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New Bishop Blog: Invitation to Miss Marianne Moore

Happy almost 2017! Check out the latest Bishop Blog, on her poem “Invitation to Miss Marianne Moore.” I am only one poem away from finishing A Cold Spring. It’s only taken…five years to get through Bishop’s first two books. I hope she would approve of this tortoise-like approach.

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New Poem at Superstition Review

Check out my poem, “Lunar Eclipse,” featuring narwhals and shovels in the latest Superstition Review.

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