Amanda Holmes

Amanda Holmes, the author of the novel I Know Where I Am When I’m Falling, is a columnist and poetry editor for the Washington Independent Review of Books.

“Said Hanrahan” by John O’Brien

Poems read aloud, beautifully

By Amanda Holmes | Tuesday March 26, 2024

“My Possessions” by Charles Simic

Poems read aloud, beautifully

By Amanda Holmes | Tuesday March 19, 2024

“The Sick Wife” by Jane Kenyon

Poems read aloud, beautifully

By Amanda Holmes | Tuesday March 12, 2024

“Snow” by David Berman

Poems read aloud, beautifully

By Amanda Holmes | Tuesday March 5, 2024

“I Want to Write” by Margaret Walker

Poems read aloud, beautifully

By Amanda Holmes | Tuesday February 27, 2024

“Someone” by Dennis O’Driscoll

Poems read aloud, beautifully

By Amanda Holmes | Tuesday February 20, 2024

“Poem about My Rights” by June Jordan

Poems read aloud, beautifully

By Amanda Holmes | Tuesday February 13, 2024

“To a Milkmaid” by Carolyn Wells

Poems read aloud, beautifully

By Amanda Holmes | Tuesday February 6, 2024

“The Hill-Shade” by William Barnes

Poems read aloud, beautifully

By Amanda Holmes | Tuesday January 30, 2024

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