"Oh, the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable are His judgments and unfathomable His ways!" Romans 11:33

About


Publications

Amy's blog post "Getting to Conflict: The Absolute Necessity of Unpleasantness in Fiction" is scheduled to appear on The Artist Unleashed in March, 2017.


Her poem "A Feather" will be published in the online GNU Journal in January, 2017.


Newspapers in which Amy's articles have appeared include the Times-News of Twin Falls, Idaho, the Wood River Jornal of Hailey, Idaho, the El-Wyhee Highlights of Mountain Home, Idaho, and the Camas Courier of Fairfield, Idaho. At least one of her stories has been picked up by the AP. Her photos have been published in the above newspapers as well as the Seattle Times, the Idaho Statesman, the Idaho Mountain Express and other regional newspapers.


Browse Amy's archived articles from the TImes-News at magicvalley.com.

The following magazines have published Amy's work:

Spring 2003 Open Spaces Quarterly poem “Sego Lilies”

Nov. 2006 Idaho Magazine article “Tricks of the Trade: Hollywood style innovations, straight from the family farm”  (includes  a  photo by Amy)

Feb. 2008 Bead & Button article “A People’s Pride”  (includes six photos by Amy; to be reprinted in the Sho-Ban News)

April 2008 Words-Myth online quarterly poetry journal poem “Healing on a Prairie”

Honors

Amy's flash fiction story "Beeves on the Barbie" took second place in the 2016 Elevator Fiction contest sponsored by the SF Bay Area chapter of the American Christian Fiction Writers association (ACFW).


In 2002 Amy received six Honorable Mentions for poems entered in ByLine contests. Here are the honored titles:

New Talent Poetry Contest for “A Formal Call”
Poem in a Formal Structure Contest for “Ski Lesson"
Open Theme Poetry Contest for “Fall Burning”
Narrative Poem Contest for “Catfight”
Reason to Rhyme Contest for “If He Thought As We Think”
Spring Poem Contest for “Fallow”

Also in 2002, Amy received an Honorable Mention in the Emily Dickinson Award (Universities West Press) for “Maying,” “Summers” and “The Elephant Basket.”