Amy Holman is the author of the poetry collections, Wrens Fly Through This Opened Window (Somondoco Press, 2010), and Wait For Me, I'm Gone (Dream Horse Press, 2005).
Her essays have appeared in Knitting Through It, The Subway Chronicles, The History of Panty Hose In America, Making the Perfect Pitch, Poets & Writers Magazine, AWPJobLetter, SideRoad and The Manhattan Review. Her interview with ex-Rolling Stone Bill Wyman about his metal detecting hobby was published in Barrelhouse, and was recently requested by National Geographic as research for their upcoming metal-detecting documentary. She keeps a blog, http://lendingwhale.wordpress.com, and works as a literary consultant and teacher.
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