Poetry. "Rendered with acute beauty, tenderness and measured dignity of expression, Amanda Auchter's debut collection breathes life into her speakers and themes: a woman in a coma, biblical figures, the divine and the earthly, an unborn child, being and nothingness, a daughter given up for adoption, the body and the soul, a hungover unwed mother. These poems radiate insistent light, pure lyric courage and unflagging compassion"—Amy Gerstler.
Author City: HOUSTON, TX USA
Amanda Auchter is the founding editor of Pebble Lake Review and author of THE GLASS CRIB, which won the Zone 3 Press First Book Award for Poetry. She has received awards and honors from Bellevue Literary Review, the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, BOMB Magazine, Crab Orchard Review, Mid-American Review, Southern Indiana Review, and has been included in American Poetry Review, Best New Poets and Poetry Daily. She holds an MFA from Bennington College and teaches creative writing and literature at Lone Star College-CyFair.
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