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Amy Leach

Amy Leach's essays have been published in the Iowa Review, A Public Space, and the Wilson Quarterly. She is working on a collection of essays about Eta Carinae (a star), Love-Lies-Bleeding (a flower), the takahe (a bird), and Phobos (a moon), among other things.

Featured Author: Amy Leach

Amy Leach was named our featured author this month for her recent nonfiction contribution, "Warbler Delight." Amy Leach teaches literature and writing at the University of St. Francis in Joliet. Her writing has been published in The Iowa Review, A Public Space, and The Wilson Quarterly. She is working on a collection of essays about […]

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Warbler Delight

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Warblers are not beefy like geese; a goose on your head gets irksome, compressing your neck; but a warbler could spend the week there undetected, like a cherry or a shilling.

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