Holes

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AMELIA BIRD
Holes

Amelia Bird was an Iowa Arts Fellow at the University of Iowa's Nonfiction Writing Program and is now a graduate student in the Center for the Book. Combining her writing with structure and images in artist's books such as Holes, Amelia explores the intersections of place, memory, and imagination. You can find her writing in The Southern Review and her artist's books online at www.ameliaroxanbird.com or for purchase through Vamp & Tramp booksellers.

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on June 17, 2011

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