Amanda Corbin

Bio for 2022

Amanda Corbin holds an MFA in fiction from the University of Kentucky and a BFA in creative writing from Morehead State University. Her work has appeared in Inscape, Kentucky Monthly’s Writers’ Showcase, JMWW, Eunoia Review, Fried Chicken and Coffee, American Book Review, Madcap Review, and several LexPoMo anthologies. She also served as co-editor of the Summer 2017 issue of UK's literary magazine.
Amanda works as an evaluation analyst at the University of Kentucky Human Development Institute where she has written about the needs of individuals with disabilities, post-secondary opportunities for students with disabilities, and an op-ed on disability and employment which appeared in The Lane Report.
Amanda lives in Lexington with her husband and sons.

Reason for signing up:

I signed up this year to celebrate 10 years of LexPoMo!

Poems Submitted This Year:


Participated in the 2016 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge
Participated in the 2016 Lexington Poetry Month Writing Challenge

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