Amanda Newell

Newell Amanda

Amanda Newell is the author of the poetry chapbook, Fractured Light (Broadkill Press). Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Bellevue Literary Review, Cultural Weekly, Gargoyle, RHINO Poetry, Scoundrel Time, and elsewhere. She is Director of Litigation for Holmes Pittman & Haraguchi, a government contracts litigation firm based in Maryland and Washington, D.C., and she teaches English part-time at Frostburg State University.

  • On Poetry and the Necessity of Aimless Wandering: An interview with Alan Shapiro by Amanda Newell

    I had the pleasure of interviewing Alan Shapiro for this month’s feature, and we talked about everything from the prose…

    Issue #101 January 2020
  • Daisy Fried: On Jesus, Uncertainty, Risk, and Imagination. Interview by Amanda Newell

    Daisy Fried: On Jesus, Uncertainty, Risk, and Imagination Interview by Amanda Newell   AN: On social media recently, you said…

    Issue #98 October 2019
  • Jim Daniels interviewed by Amanda Newell

    Jim Daniels Interviewed by Amanda Newell   I was delighted to speak with Jim Daniels for this month’s issue about…

    Issue #96 August 2019
  • Quotidian and Carry

    Steak dinners are the worst /you prefer the fatty cut / those white-ribboned slabs from Save-A-Lot
  • Maurice Manning interviewed by Amanda Newell

    Maurice Manning: Railsplitter   I had the pleasure of speaking to Maurice Manning about his forthcoming collection, Railsplitter: Reflections on…

    Issue #95 July 2019