For those of you who were unable to attend Saturday's Civil Conundrum performance (or for those of you who care to revisit the harrowing, humorous presentation), clips of the program can be viewed here.
This southern-born, northern-bred Michigan-to-Tennessee-to-Michigan poet has published three haiku chapbooks to date, as well as two poetry chapbooks. Her poems have been exhibited on the walls of the Customs House Museum & Cultural Center and featured on the pages of the now defunct Canadian-based arts blog The Space Between. Two of Amy’s poems appear in the Civil War-related anthology Filtered Through Time. Her latest chapbook, Bathroom Poems, promises fun while you flush.
CURRENTLY READING: All the Single Ladies: Unmarried Women and the Rise of an Independent Nation, by Rebecca Traister; Milk and Honey, by Rupi Kaur; What Truth Sounds Like: RFK, James Baldwin, and Our Unfinished Conversation About Race in America, by Michael Eric Dyson