Episode 3 – Amanda Cook

Amanda Cook lives in Gloucester with her husband, James, and children Abigail and Samuel. She sees writing as an integral part of life. She knits, spins yarn, plays fiddle, feeds people and dances when she pleases. She teaches and works at the Gloucester Writers Center. Her book, Ironstone Whirlygig, was published by Bootstrap Press in 2017. She is currently working on Letter to Maximus, a poem-by-poem reaction to Olson’s Maximus poems.

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