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Amy Gerstler

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American poet; former instructor at Bennington College in Vermont and at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California

Amy Gerstler on KCRW

Amy Gerstler's new book of poems is an exploration of getting lost, the unknown, mortality and remembrance.

Amy Gerstler: Scattered at Sea

Amy Gerstler's new book of poems is an exploration of getting lost, the unknown, mortality and remembrance.

from Bookworm

Amy Gerstler regards her poetry as a sort of spell to ward off danger. Her new book deals with the tragedies that cannot be evaded by magic.

Amy Gerstler: Medicine

Amy Gerstler regards her poetry as a sort of spell to ward off danger. Her new book deals with the tragedies that cannot be evaded by magic.

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