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Amy Letter is a writer and artist whose work has appeared in...(more)

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The GIGANTIC WORLDS Science Flash Fiction Anthology is out and available for purchase! Amy's "The Lighted Globes" appears alongside the work of many other great writers and artwork by Michael DeForge!

New short story! "Sound Space" will appear in the forthcoming issue of Louisiana Literature(vol 33 no 2). This is Amy's third publication with LaLit: "Madison in Dreams" appeared in 2009 and "Ceramic Buck" was Amy's first publication, in 2002.

Amy writes blog posts about parenting multiples for the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford University. There are at least six in the pipeline -- enjoy!

The Rumpus Hypertext Interview with Maya Lang! Open the Pod Bay Doors, MAL: The Rumpus Interview with Lori Emerson about the Media Archaeology Lab! anhedonia and hypertext by Maddox Pratt on the Rumpus!

Amy is the Digital / Electronic / New Media Literature Editor at The Rumpus! If you have (or want to have) an essay, review, or interview about dig-e-NM Literature, contact Amy!

Amy presented RTFM, work created during an artist residency at the Media Archaeology Lab at CU Boulder and inspired by the instructions that accompany digital literature from the 1980s and 1990s. November 30, 2014 @ Counterpath, Denver Colorado.
Counterpath's interview with Amy here.

"Escaping Isn’t What it Used to Be: Review of Ana Menendez’s Adios, Happy Homeland!" in Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal.

"The Founders of the Illustrious City" appears in Puerto Del Sol's Fall 2012 Utopias-themed issue. Buy a copy and support a great journal!

Poems/images " *comes ," "Punnett," and "Art" appeared in the January 2013 issue of Yew Journal.

Performed "Life in Pink (The Singing Ape)" at the conference of the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts; reading sponsored by the Electronic Literature Organization, Milwaukee 9.29.12.
Video here (starts at about ~40 minutes).

Ladies Represent: Amy Letter on We Who Are About to Die.

"Blue Alyssa and the Sad Gray Crab" in PANK. Interview on the PANK blog.



For links to older work, please visit my WebCV.

Here are three previously published stories you can read right now.

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