Amanda Deutch

Amanda Deutch
Amanda Deutch’s poetry has been published or is forthcoming in Ping Pong, Bone Bouquet, Denver Quarterly, Esque, Boog City, Upstairs at Duroc, Watchword Press, and elsewhere. Her essays have appeared in Delirious Hem and Poets & Writers. She is the author of the chapbooks, B.O.S.S. (Dusie Kollektiv, 2009) and Motel Drift. She is a 2014 Betsy Writer-in-Residence and was the recipient of a 2007 Footpaths Fellowship in the Azores. She facilitates poetry workshops for Coney Island teens and is the founder and director of Parachute Literary Arts.

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one day I will apologize / I will pass the flower to your / child. you will say. we only pick / what we consume. it’s okay / there are bad influences everywhere / I will think of traffic lights, crosswalks / predators, not nasturtiums