About the Author:
Amanda Russell is a poet and stay-at-home mom who lives in the beautiful Hudson Valley of New York. She enjoys thinking and writing about issues of relevance to women, as well as musing on her experiences so far as a parent. She loves to bring out the existential in the everyday and walk the dog at sunrise.
Articles, Interviews, Publications and Readings:
Upcoming reading Calling All Poets Series Live Stream @ Green Kill, May 13, 2021, RSVP here.
forthcoming poems in The Lincoln Underground: Quarantine Issue, June 2021
Chronogram, January 2021, “Train Play”
SpiritFirst.org 2020 Meditation and Mindfulness Poetry Contest, Winner of Editor’s Choice Award, “Muir Woods: Entering the Cathedral”
Mightier: poets for social justice, Calling All Poets Series and Editor Poet Gold, “The Up-slide” and “Dear Lady Liberty”
Social Unity Vol. 1, Issue 2, Celebrate 845 online zine, 4 Dec 2020
Next Year’s Words, a New Paltz Reader’s Forum, via Zoom (20 May 2020)
Social Unity Vol. 1, Issue 1, Celebrate Womxn 845 online zine, 1 May 2020
Calling All Poets Series at Roost Studios, New Paltz, NY (6 March 2020)
University of Texas at Tyler Literature and Languages Newsletter, Fall 2019, “#BreatktheSilence Together”
Guest blog post for Nicole Pyles’s World of My Imagination, “Nobody Talks About This! So Why Would I?”