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AMANDA GOLDBLATT

 
Amanda Goldblatt
Amanda Goldblatt is a writer, teacher, and editor, whose work can lately be found, or is forthcoming, at The Southern Review, the Fanzine, Tammy, Hobart, and NOON. In 2016, her story, "The Era of Good Feelings," (originally published in The Southern Review), was chosen as "Notable" for The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2016.
Amanda currently teaches creative writing at Northeastern Illinois University and StoryStudio Chicago. In the past, she's worked with students at Washington University in St. Louis, the University of Michigan, and Eastern Michigan University.
Her classes have centered on narrative documentary writing and fieldwork, essay/memoir, fiction in the suburbs, the artistic practice, the literary apocalypse, weird writing, and more. She is particularly interested in the performance and materiality of voice in prose.
Amanda is at work on a novel about women, swimming, and violence. She lives in Chicago, with her architect partner, and no dog.
        
 
 

 

 
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