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.

“The King’s Breakfast” by A. A. Milne

Poems read aloud, beautifully

By Amanda Holmes | Friday December 21, 2018

“To Be in Love” by Gwendolyn Brooks

Poems read aloud, beautifully

By Amanda Holmes | Friday December 14, 2018

“Church Going” by Philip Larkin

Poems read aloud, beautifully

By Amanda Holmes | Friday December 7, 2018

“The Pool” by H. D.

Poems read aloud, beautifully

By Amanda Holmes | Friday November 30, 2018

“The Owl and the Pussy-Cat” by Edward Lear

Poems read aloud, beautifully

By Amanda Holmes | Friday November 16, 2018

“One Art” by Elizabeth Bishop

Poems read aloud, beautifully

By Amanda Holmes | Friday November 9, 2018

“Let America Be America Again” by Langston Hughes

Poems read aloud, beautifully

By Amanda Holmes | Friday November 2, 2018

“The Sheep Child” by James Dickey

Poems read aloud, beautifully

By Amanda Holmes | Friday October 26, 2018

“The Waking” by Theodore Roethke

Poems read aloud, beautifully

By Amanda Holmes | Friday October 19, 2018

“The Second Coming” by W. B. Yeats

Poems read aloud, beautifully

By Amanda Holmes | Friday October 12, 2018

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