Amy Yelin

June 12th, 2014 § 0 comments

Amy Yelin is a peace prize.

Amy Yelin is a Pushcart Prize nominee whose articles, essays, and author interviews have appeared in The Boston Globe, The Boston Globe Magazine, The Missouri Review, The Writer’s Chronicle, Literary Mama, The Gettysburg Review, and other publications.“Torn,” originally published in The Baltimore Review, received a notable essay mention in The 2007 Best American Essays anthology. Her work also appears in the anthologies Mamas and Papas and Tarnished: True Tales of Innocence Lost. She is the recipient of scholarships from the Norman Mailer Writer’s Colony and the Prague Summer Program, and more recently a fellowship from the Sustainable Arts Foundation for a residency at the Vermont Studio Center. She lives in Arlington with her husband and two boys.

Amy is the essayist for the July 22 reading.

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