Amy Small-McKinney

Amy Small-McKinney

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Amy Small-McKinney lives in Blue Bell, PA with her husband and daughter. In 2004, her chapbook, Body of Surrender, was published by Finishing Line Press and showcased, that same year, at Poet’s House in New York. She was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2004 and again in 2006. Her work has appeared, or will appear in forthcoming journals, including The Cortland Review, The Pedestal Magazine, ForPoetry, Elixir Press, Mad Poets Review, Schuykill Valley Journal of the Arts, upstreet, Umbrella, and wordsonwalls Literary Fresco. Small-McKinney was guest editor for the June 2006 issue of The Pedestal Magazine and interviewed Pulitzer Prize nominee poet, Bruce Smith, for their April 2006 issue. She has a Masters in Clinical Neuropsychology from Drexel University and makes her living as a group facilitator and counselor for families and children.

Works by Amy Small-McKinney

Poetry: Map of Remembering

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