Poetry. Amanda J. Bradley's debut book of poems, HINTS AND ALLEGATIONS, takes the reader on an inward journey from a place of disturbance to a recovered equilibrium. These poems probe intense scenarios and emotional states, then step back to inquire what sense can be made of them. Delving for a purpose becomes a purpose in itself and ultimately reaffirms a life well examined.
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Amanda J. Bradley is the author of HINTS AND ALLEGATIONS (2009) and OZ AT NIGHT (2011), both from NYQ Books. She has published poetry in many journals, including The Best American Poetry Blog, Paddlefish, Lips, Rattle, The New York Quarterly, Poetry Bay, and Barefoot Muse. Amanda is a recent graduate of the MFA program at The New School, and she holds a PhD in English and American Literature from Washington University in St. Louis. She lives in Brooklyn. Author City: BROOKLYN, NY USA